There's no straightforward logic to our nonproliferation approach.
Backing the Damascene butcher is a step too far, but an Assad victory is not the worst possible outcome.
Intervention advocates are trotting out the same arguments they used with Iraq.
The alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria doesn't mean the United States must intervene.
The war's chief proponents continue to argue that intelligence failures—and not their own ideology—were its cause.
Cancelling the talks on a nuclear-free Middle East was a bad move.