Article Listing with Summaries
Calling out Max Boot’s sallow argument against Defense Secretary Gates intention to cut weapon programs. Includes shoutouts to Donald Rumsfeld and GAO.
Let’s move on from debates over the character of the Iranian regime; it gets us no closer to the real questions: 1) how best to deter Iran from going nuclear and 2) if Iran develops nuclear weapons, how best to prevent catastrophe.
by K.E. White
Posted January 30, 2007
Keith White highlights the critical work going on at Commentary, more specifically their blog companion contentions, where they have accomplished the impossible: finding two neo-conservativesto talk about Iraq!
But as Keith points out, this back and forth seems little more than Iraq commiseration–neo-con style.
by Tim Gray
Posted January 18, 2007
Tim Gray, in his first contribution to Proliferation Press, responds to a recent article in Foreign Policy that probes the psychological advantage hawks have in selling their foreign policy.
Posted Janurary 13, 2007
Posted January 11, 2007
Posted January 8, 2007
McCain Favors an Unpopular Troop Surge? What about 2008?
Don’t worry: He’s got a strategy that might just work, regardless of how the war turns out over the next two years.
K.E. White reports, giving another dose of constructive criticism to Slate’s John Dickerson.
Posted January 6, 2007
Proliferation Press looks into the Bush administration’s latest shuffle.
Posted January 4, 2007
Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan are anything but fine. Proliferation Press offers this round-up of these countries’ border problem, Pakistan’s fragile condition, and why Americans should deeply care about relations between these two countries.
December 15, 2006
Bush Signs the N-Deal; India Gets Ready to Take It
Posted December 13, 2006
Proliferation Press once again hits up Slate, thanking them for failing–yet again–to bring proper focus to the dirty bomb threat embodied by the radioactive poisoning and death of Alexander Litvinenko. But in fairness, we too admit we could have done better. Oh, did we mention we beat Slate profunidity by nearly a week? (Insert senseless gloating here.)
Anthony Cordesmann of CSIS on Iraq.
Posted December 7, 2006
The latest developments in the U.S.-North Korean nuclear stand-off.
Proliferation Press rewards good analysis on the Iraq Study group with this readable recapitulation of a good article by Brookings Senior fellow Daniel L. Byman. Now if only Byman could write his analysis in a way that wouldn’t loose 9 out of 10 readers. Guess you can’t have it all.
Posted December 6, 2006
Historical revisionists are already busy at work. Why did Iraq get lost? A disenchanted public in America, or poor governing by the current Iraqi regime. A blog on 1) why all is not lost and 2) putting the blame where it belongs– President George W. Bush.
Iran is arming Shia terrorists in Iraq. Apparently this comes as a shock to Confederate Yankee. A blog on why 1) this is no surprise and 2) we still have to talk to our enemies, even if they do things we don’t like.