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Daniel Larison

Daniel Larison has a Ph.D. in history and is a contributing editor at The American Conservative. He also writes on the blog Eunomia.

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There is no good reason for the U.S. to intervene in Syria

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Marco Rubio's foreign policy: Blind, irrational, and dangerous

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The failure of the anti-Hagel campaign

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What Obama's cabinet choices say about his second-term foreign policy

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Republicans must get real on foreign policy

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Why Obama will keep ignoring Syria in his second term

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Mitt Romney's vapid, misleading foreign policy speech

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Daniel Larison

The incredible shrinking foreign policy debate

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Paul Ryan's foreign policy speeches: What they say about Mitt Romney's running mate

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The Europe Mitt Romney wants to visit is a figment of his imagination

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Rand Paul's baffling support for Mitt Romney's cowboy foreign policy

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Why we should be thrilled by NATO's lack of action

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Why America shouldn't panic over Putin

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The enduring failure of democracy promotion abroad

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A year later, Libya is still a mess

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Why America should stay out of Syria

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The problem with political bloviating on China

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The brewing proxy war in Syria

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The West's inimical posturing on Iran

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The GOP's massive Santorum-Paul schism

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Newt Gingrich's dangerous, self-aggrandizing foreign policy

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Europe's Catch-22

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The war in Libya is still a failure

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Mitt Romney's alarmist foreign policy: Bush redux?

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The real legacy of 9/11

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