Now that the U.S. is in effect the facilitator of the bad guys, what will happen to the relatively good guys?
Barry Rubin contemplates how the certainty of bad or weak U.S. international leadership during at least the next four years will affect countries around the world.
Daniel F. writes:
Here is another article by Barry Rubin that is also very good. The points he makes are really obvious, but it is impossible to get most people to think about these issues in a logical way. Obama supporters, libertarians, and paleocons absolutely refuse to think independently or critically about the administration’s foreign policy (unless they are complaining that Obama is “too” pro-Israel) and keep beating the dead horse of the Iraq war, as if there were any possibility of our undertaking a similar invasion of some other country anytime soon. (No one is proposing to invade Iran and, in any event, there seems to be zero likelihood of our taking military action of any kind against it.)
Posted by Lawrence Auster at January 09, 2013 08:25 PM | Send