Hillary’s Foreign Policy: a Liberal-Neoconservative Convergence?

by Jim Lobe I received the following announcement yesterday afternoon.

Neoconservativism in a Nutshell

by Jim Lobe I’ve been asked to give a kind of Neoconservatism 101 over the next 15 minutes or so, which is a big challenge for me. It took seven hours to get through the subject with the Institute for… Continue Reading  

Tribal Beliefs and American Political Parties

by Paul R. Pillar The Donald Trump phenomenon and the suddenly frantic efforts within the Republican Party to try to stop Trump have led some observers to believe American politics are at a major inflection point, one where a familiar… Continue Reading  

The Project for an Anti-Trump Century

by Ali Gharib and Jim Lobe Robert Kagan made the first splash. In the hawkish opinion pages of The Washington Post, Kagan declared that, in a presidential contest between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, he’s voting for the Democrat. Then… Continue Reading  

Trump or Israel: Who Is More Friendly to Dictators?

by Ali Gharib The revanchist Zionist group, the Emergency Committee for Israel (ECI), is at it again: back at the task of keeping the Republican Party pure of heart, brooking no deviations from neoconservatism as it is broadly practiced in Washington.… Continue Reading