SOURCE: The New Republic
Review: Can Robert Kagan Reboot Interventionism?
by Samuel Moyn
"All along, not much ever separated neocons such as Kagan from a nationalist such as Trump, except the pretense that what is good for the United States, including all its war-making, is good for the world." But does the public buy it?
SOURCE: New York Times
Frederick Kagan: Biden Could Have Stopped the Taliban. He Chose Not To.
The conservative defense scholar and Afghanistan policy advisor argues that Biden could have done more despite inheriting a bad situation.
A Provocateur’s Book on Hillary Clinton Overtakes Her Memoir in Sales
‘Blood Feud’ vs. ‘Hard Choices’ in Hillary Clinton Book Battle
SOURCE: Huffington Post
Iraq and the Neocons: The Sequel
by Joseph A. Palermo
"Since many of the neocons cut their teeth inside the Reagan administration, it's hard to believe they were unacquainted with the 'strategic' contours of the Iran-Iraq War in the 1980s."
The Next Act of the Neocons
by Jacob Heilbrunn
Are Neocons Getting Ready to Ally With Hillary Clinton?
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