SOURCE: New York Review of Books
by Stephen Wertheim
It's past time for "isolationism" to stop being a dirty word in discussing America's relationship to the world. The use of the term as a pejorative has justified too many ill-considered military interventions.
SOURCE: New York Times
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Russia and China were also opposed to intervention in Kosovo. But that's where the similarity ends.
by Michael H. Creswell
Inaction means Assad remains in power and Obama looking weak, but the president faces hurdles to action both at the UN and in Congress.
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