Both sides of the Syria intervention debate are haunted by the last big war.
Weariness of fighting the wrong wars isn't an ailment. It's common sense.
The continued hyping of Benghazi doesn't protect America or even advance partisan goals.
One of the traditional goals of American foreign policy has fallen by the wayside.
Iraqi Kurdistan would be a great friend, yet outmoded concepts keep America on Iraq's side.
There's no straightforward logic to our nonproliferation approach.
The troubled state seems to be sliding toward renewed internal conflict.
Why is Tony Blair still defending George W. Bush?
It's unwise for Congress to preapprove a war of aggression.
Paul Wolfowitz continues to be wrong about Iraq.
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