Notes for The Paradox of Unilateralism

June 2003

Introduction American national security policy has been rightly characterized as unilateralist since the inauguration of President George W. Bush, and especially since the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001.1 It is important, however, to clarify what unilateralism means in this context. … Continued

Some Notes on US Policy Toward Iraq

April 1999

“The future stability of the Middle East and the vital interests of the United States are in jeopardy as direct results of U.S. policy on Iraq.” I HAVE SERIOUS DOUBTS ABOUT THE U.S. POLICY toward Iraq. These doubts are based … Continued