Monday, December 31, 2007

The Bhutto Assassination and the Case for Non-Interventionism

"The Bhutto assassination demonstrates anew the folly of the administration's efforts to manage history," says Andrew J. Bacevich ─ Bush's best-laid plans.

"We should not, Paul said, either subsidize or work to undermine other governments because such policies invariably only empower our enemies," report David T. Beito and Scott Horton ─ Ron Paul Is Right About Pakistan.

[link via Antiwar.com]

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