There is a strong tendency to inflate the dangers presented by, and the capacities of, the terrorists who may be lurking out there
John GlaserBiden's wild threat inflation, suggesting ISIS is an existential threat that will come to our shores, is both wrong and irresponsible. cato.org/publications/c… #DemDebate #DemocraticDebate #Cato2020
New survey data shows that the Washington foreign policy establishment is out of step with the American public.
John GlaserIf the Democratic candidates try to counter Trump's foreign policy by appealing to the elite addiction to US military activism & foreign entanglements, it will be to their electoral detriment. #DemocraticDebate #Cato2020 cato.org/blog/mind-gap-…@CatoInstitute@CatoFP
by John Glaser and John Mueller Speaking to the press in the Oval Office in July, President Trump acknowledged the need to “extricate ourselves” from Afghanistan. “We have been there for 19 years,”…
John GlaserIn evaluating the battlefield measures of “success” in such a way as to disassociate them from the political ends to which they are supposed to be tied, the top brass have forsaken the basic Clausewitzian doctrine taught in every military academy.
He was an editor, columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning correspondent for The Times and served in a variety of government posts.
John GlaserThis has become a famous quote of Gelb's since he said it in 2009. What's important about it is not that someone finally pointed it out (plenty had), but that he was aware he had fallen victim to it. That self-awareness is sadly still as scarce as ever. nytimes.com/2019/08/31/us/…pic.twitter.com/aYgdV6RqVc