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The Non-Bush Doctrine: Still Waiting for Obama's

Leon T. Hadar | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Leon T. Hadar

That the Obama Doctrine and the foreign policy that the president has been pursuing are closer in terms of substance and approach to those advanced by Bush I and Clinton may sound like very good news.

Selling War: Struggling to Make the Case to Fight Terrorism, Again.

Vikrum Aiyer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Vikrum Aiyer

Obama's proposed tactics in the AfPak region have certainly been scrutinized, but truly vocal criticisms have maintained low decibel levels... until now.

Diplomacy To Be Used Toward Same Militaristic Ends

antiwar.com | Doug Bandow | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home

Much of the world has greeted the transfer of power from President George W. Bush to President Barack Obama with sighs of relief if not shouts of joy....

About That Bipartisan Cabinet, Hold Your Horses

Gail Vida Hamburg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Gail Vida Hamburg

Surprise, surprise, the party of ideological purity that wouldn't yield on anything in the last eight years has had a deathbed conversion about bipartisan government.

Give Unto Batman That Which is Batman's

James Block | Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago
James Block

As the nation prepares to close out the final chapter of the Bush 43 administration, it might be informative to reconsider the pinnacle of the era's popular culture. Sometimes even a box office smash can tell us things we don't want to hear.

McCain, Obama on International Diplomacy and Immigration

Eliza Margarita Bates and Cara Zwerling | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Eliza Margarita Bates and Cara Zwerling

Over the course of this week, OffTheBus will be running a primer on some of the most important foreign policy issues the next president will face. Today, the primer looks at where Obama and McCain stand on international diplomacy and immigration.