June 2006

Iran’s Nuclear Scorpion

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services Why did the United States suddenly reverse course and agree to negotiate directly with the Iranians over their development of a nuclear arsenal? Share This

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Vietnam, After All?

Formulaic warfare. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online As with the formulaic type scenes of Homeric epic, there now arises a sense of familiarity with the current outcries over Haditha. Share This

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Refighting the War

by Victor Davis Hanson Commentary Magazine Ten years ago, Michael R. Gordon of the New York Times and the retired General Bernard Trainor wrote a critically acclaimed revisionist history of the first Gulf war. Share This

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Endless Summer?

by Victor Davis Hanson Tribune Media Services The European countryside is as beautiful as ever. Hotels in the cities are as packed as they are high-priced. Tourists fill Rome. The same bustle is evident from Lisbon to Frankfurt. Everywhere European stewards welcome in millions of sightseers to enjoy the treasures of Western civilization. Never has …

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The American Way of War

And the constraints on American power. by Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online The Alternative to Punitive War The nature of American military power in our age is defined by how it is constrained — through nuclear deterrence, political realities, and cost/benefit analysis. Share This

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