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Daniel Larison

Daniel Larison

Daniel Larison is a contributing editor at Antiwar.com and former senior editor at The American Conservative magazine. He has a Ph.D. in History from the University of Chicago. Follow his blog, Eunomia, here.

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It's Wrong to Think of the South Pacific as a US Sphere of Influence

Washington's panicked attempt to pressure the Solomon Islands to cancel a new Chinese security pact shows that the U.S. doesn't really believe that small states get to make their own decisions when it comes to foreign policy.

Daniel Larison ·


Could Western Media Hysteria Lead to War With Russia?

Overwrought coverage stoked by alarmist officials and pundits can both shape and ratify bad policy decisions. We’ve seen it before.

Daniel Larison ·


Biden Is Failing Yemen

One year after promising to help end the war, Biden seems to be out of fresh ideas and going back to old playbooks.

Daniel Larison ·


With One Exception, Biden Has Barely Altered Foreign Policies Inherited From Trump

Biden must not simply maintain Trump-era policies for the next three years because he is afraid of the political backlash from hawks who are going to attack him in the harshest terms no matter what he does.

Daniel Larison ·

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