Autor: William Kristol

More Troops. The Consensus for a Larger Army Is about as Complete as It Could Be

You can hardly read a story about Iraq these days without seeing an Army or Marine officer say he doesn't have enough troops to accomplish his mission. Senior officers respond that this is what junior commanders always say.

por Frederick W. Kagan y William Kristol, 4 de octubre de 2006

Unacceptable? Is the America of 2006 more willing to thwart the unacceptable than the France of 1936?

According to the New York Times, 'One of President Bush's most senior foreign policy advisers' recently told a group of academics, 'The problem is that our policy has been all carrots and no sticks. And the Iranians know it.'

por William Kristol, 25 de abril de 2006

La muerte de un dictador: celebrada despedida a Milosevic - y también a Saddam

Milosevic será recordado como el hombre que, a finales del siglo XX, introdujo las atrocidades en masa en una Europa que las había prohibido ostensiblemente para siempre.

por Stephen Schwartz y William Kristol, 22 de marzo de 2006

The Long War: The radical Islamists are on the offensive. Will we defeat them?

From Copenhagen to Samara, the radical Islamists are on the offensive. From Tehran to Damascus, the dictators are trying to regain the upper hand in the Middle East. From Moscow to Beijing, the enemies of liberal democracy are working to weaken the United States.

por William Kristol, 2 de marzo de 2006

And Now Iran

The United States tries to work with European allies to deal with the problem peacefully, depending on International Atomic Energy Agency inspections and United Nations sanctions.

por William Kristol, 20 de enero de 2006

'Happy Days!' The Iraqi elections really could be a turning point

The purple ink on 11 million Iraqi fingers had not yet dried after an unprecedented, almost miraculous exercise in democratic freedom--and already there were querulous American critics working hard to make light of the whole thing.

por Robert Kagan y William Kristol, 30 de diciembre de 2005

Vital Presidential Power

A U.S. president has just received word that American counterterrorist operatives have captured a senior al Qaeda operative in Pakistan. Among his possessions are a couple of cell phones -phones that contain several American phone numbers. In the wake of Sept. 11, 2001, what’s a president to do?

por Gary Schmitt y William Kristol, 27 de diciembre de 2005

Abandoning Iraq. Does Rep. Murtha understand the consequences of immediate withdrawal from Iraq?

Rep. Jack Murtha has had a distinguished congressional career. But his outburst last Thursday was breathtakingly irresponsible.

por Robert Kagan y William Kristol, 24 de noviembre de 2005

The War Presidency

They've been denying that the war on terror is a war, or that Iraq is central to that war. They've been defining down success in Iraq, and for that matter victory in the broader war on terror.

por William Kristol, 5 de septiembre de 2005

Stand with the Iraqis

The right formulation, and the right policy, would be this: As Iraqis stand up, we will stand with them.

por William Kristol, 22 de agosto de 2005

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