Forecast for the War on Terror: Sunni, but with a chance of Shi‘a.
Nation-building always looks so easy on paper. Time to let reality be a harsh teacher.
Notwithstanding the book's shortcomings, Mearsheimer and Walt do perform an important service in pointing out how difficult it is to produce pragmatic decisions based on national interest.
Perhaps the most important argument made by John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt in their new book concerns the impact of the lobby on the political discourse in the United States.
Mearsheimer and Walt should have included more field work in their research. Yet their book still deserves to be read and discussed.
Howard LaFranchi, The Christian Science Monitor's war correspondent, weighs in on the situation in Iraq and on common misperceptions about the press.
Four reviewers take on John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt's controversial book on the "Israel Lobby."
Speaking at the Nixon Center, Israeli Ambassador Sallai Meridor analyzed Israel’s current political and economic orientation in the broader Middle East.
The following is part of an ongoing debate between Barak M. Seener and John C. Hulsman. Seener gets the last word here.
Without Iran suspending enrichment, August's IAEA report will play into the hands of the next UN Security Council resolution.
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