By Doug Bereuter Since the founding of the European Coal and Steel Community in 1952, the United States has strongly supported the process of European integration. In the years following World War II, our leaders recognized that closer cooperation among former enemies would bring stability and economic growth to Europe and greatly reduce the likelihood […]
By John O’Sullivan All great realignments are hammered out on the anvil of crisis. Ever since theend of the Cold War, both U.S. domestic politics and the shape of the West havebeen in an uncertain state. With socialism and statist liberalism discreditedby the collapse of centrally planned economies, parties of Left and Right havebeen maneuvering […]
By John Major It is a natural human emotion to oppose war, but action against Iraq is not precipitate. Iraq has been ignoring the UN for 12 years and continues to do so, despite clear knowledge of the consequences. It has chemical, biological and conventional weapons and has used chemical weapons on its own people. […]
By Pierre Lellouche & Doug Bereuter Trois mois après le vote à l’unanimité de la résolution 1441 par le Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies, les démocraties occidentales se sont profondément divisées sur le dossier irakien, alors même qu’un accord de fond existe quant au danger représenté par Saddam Hussein pour la sécurité internationale.
By David Howell For anyone with the slightest sense of history it is impossible not to admire the tireless conviction and the lonely valour of the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair. Critics there may be a-plenty of his presentation of the case for military force against Iraq – the argument seems to switch about constantly. […]