Why does anyone care what Michael O’Hanlon thinks about anything? One nice thing about being a hawk, especially a nominally “liberal” one, is that your errors in judgment can never b
For obvious reasons, this reminded me of this. From the more recent one, I especially treasure the line about how Libyans probably wish that John McCain was around to drop freedom bombs on them.
George Packer writes: If the fear of Baghdad and Falluja is what keeps foreign powers from saving huge numbers of Burmese from their own government’s callousness, that will be one more tragic conseq
A commenter chez Yglesias links to this 2003 interview with Paul Berman. I think this is my favorite part: Even people who think that Bush is making a blunder with his military approach can try to und
Roger Cohen complains that “Germany, Spain and Italy” are being insufficiently “flexible” about the use of military force. And it would probably be desirable for these countrie
Michael Berube channels Rick Perlstein: Besides, as Rick Perlstein pointed out to me a few days ago, there’s something very, very troubling about the whole Beinart analogy between anti-Islamism and