Fantasies of a Liberal Interventionist

by Paul R. Pillar Ill-fated U.S. military adventures abroad have had various fathers, even though some of those fathers have tried to disavow paternity once the problems became apparent. Neoconservatives figure prominently in this story, especially given that one of… Continue Reading

Washington Post’s Jackson Diehl Taken Down

by Jim Lobe Jackson Diehl, the deputy editorial page editor at the Washington Post¬†who also writes a weekly foreign affairs column, generally stands at the intersection of neo-conservatism and liberal interventionism and, in my view, holds a lot of the… Continue Reading