Tag Archives: Statecraft

Between War & Peace: Statecraft & Political Correctness

The single most decisive long term impact of foreign policy is the winning of war and the management of peace.  Most historians completely ignore the course of events (both domestic and international) leading to a given war’s conclusion and the … Continue reading

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Pakistan: Incompetent & Duplicitous Ally

With the death of Osama bin Laden the U.S. can now begin to assess its partner in the ‘Long War’.  Any brief cogent view of Pakistan will reveal a deeply troubling political arena fit for only the most competent statesman. … Continue reading

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The Folly of Elites at Council on Foreign Relations

The Council on Foreign Relations is another anachronistic institution whose ties to monolithic liberalism is rendering itself obsolete in our present age of digital revolution. This is a sad state of affairs given this nations need for clarity of purpose … Continue reading

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Eliot Cohen: Witnessing An American Decline

I am not an alarmist by nature, nor am I willing to subscribe to the currents that recycle academic circles regarding American decline.  Such Cassandra’s have been in vogue since Solzhenitsyn’s misplaced Harvard address some thirty years ago.  Nevertheless, Dr. … Continue reading

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