The Post-Despot Democracy Dilemma
Middle Eastern despots destroyed the competing sources of authority on which new societies could be built.
The hard lessons of neoconservative foreign policy’s failure.
Hindsight is easy; foresight is difficult. The deeper principles and purposes embedded in the reality of human nature bridge the gap. In The Death of The Weekly Standard, we invited participants to comment on the demise of the flagship neoconservative publication of the last two decades. Now we present commentary on the lessons learned from…