Category Archives: January 2003

So Long to All That

Why the old world of bases, alliances, and NATO is now coming to an end.

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

John Le Carre and Harold Pinter tell us that we are the enemy. Gerhard Schroeder wins an election only through anti-Americanism. French diplomats warn us not to consider a conniving Saddam Hussein out of compliance — and are seconded by Communist China. Read more →

Revolutionary

The president and his elements.

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

The State of the Union address was understated, but it was still quite a revolutionary sort of speech (“free people will set the course of history”). Read more →

“Evil Over Good”

The wages of dead-end logic.

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

We are on the eve of a controversial war in the Middle East. Read more →

Another Wartime SOTU

Some elements for presidential addressing

by Victor Davis Hanson

National Review Online

Everyone advises the president to spell out in detail the case for war with Iraq. Read more →

‘Bomb Texas’

The psychological roots of anti-Americanism.

by Victor Davis Hanson

WSJ Opinion Journal

With this past autumn’s discussion in Washington over what to do about Iraq there arrived also the season of protests. Read more →