Category Archives: December 2003

The Western Disease

The strange syndrome of our guilt and their shame.

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

After watching a string of editorial attacks on America both at home and from abroad in the aftermath of Saddam’s capture, I thought back to the actual record of the last two years. Read more →

Stuck on Calypso’s Island

Dialoguing with the Europeans.

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

What follows is a fair summation of about 20 or so dialogues I had recently with a series of Europeans — a good cross-section really of Scandinavians, British, Germans, Greeks, and Dutch. Questions and answers are taken almost verbatim from our exchanges. Read more →

Critical Mass

We are reaching a showdown in this global war.

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

We will ensure the peace in Iraq because of our support for consensual government, our massive infusion of material aid, and our respect for Iraqi sovereignty and culture. But none of this is possible without security, which is the dividend solely of military success. Read more →

A Real War

Fighting the worst fascists since Hitler.

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

Saddam’s Baathists recently blew apart Japanese diplomats on their way to a meeting in Tikrit to discuss sending millions of dollars in aid to Iraq’s poor. Read more →

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