Tag Archives: George W. Bush

President Trump’s Fourteen Points

Will the 45th President of the United States live up to the commitments he has made to the American people?

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The Five Deadly Sins of U.S. Foreign Policy

Is the United States starting to resemble the Middle East?

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The Dumbest U.S. Foreign Policy Question Asked This Century

What do U.S. politicians mean when they say they want to save Syria?

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U.S. Spying and Europe’s Disillusioned Pro-American Elites

Why are some of Europe’s pro-American elites now wondering whether they got it wrong?

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On Iraq, Dick Cheney Used to Be a Truth Teller

Before he became Vice President, Cheney acknowledged that Iraq could disintegrate following a U.S. invasion.

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By the Numbers: Time’s Person of the Year

Pope Francis is Time’s Person of the Year for 2013. How many other non-Americans have been honored?

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American Power: When Atlas Shrugs

To bear less responsibility in the 21st century will do the United States good, even it it means less American power.

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Mr. Bremer’s Shades of Grey

If a black-or-white political culture is grounds for sending in U.S. troops, then few countries require an invasion more urgently than the United States.

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China and the End of the End of History

Could the Western democratic system be only a transitory phenomenon in the long history of humankind?

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State of Dis-Union: American Clanistan

Can the trend toward more factionalism, tribalism and fragmentation in American political life be reversed?

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