Articles by Carroll Andrew Morse

Avoiding a New Isolationism

Whether the scuttling of the deal with Dubai Ports World was sui generis or the beginning of a period of increasing American isolationism will depend upon what American leaders, who believe in a robust engagement with the world, take away... Read More

The Caliphate's Rebirth?

In a recent TCS Daily article, James Pinkerton encouraged people to consider a long view in the war-on-terror, particularly with respect to the enemy's goals. The Islamist goal is much more than boosting their sense of importance or driving the... Read More

Jack Murtha and the Lessons of Vietnam

Three years ago, the Iraqi people suffered under one of the most brutal dictatorships on the planet. Within the past year, the Iraqi people have voted for an interim government, written a constitution, and approved that constitution in a popular... Read More

The Limits of Sovereignty

Syria has accidentally placed itself at the center of the debate about the limits of sovereignty and the legitimacy of collective action. On February 14, Rafik al-Hariri, former Prime Minister of Lebanon, was killed by a car bomb in Beirut.... Read More

Will the Internet become the UNTERNET?

The United Nations wants control of the internet. At its November 2005 meeting in Tunis, the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) will deliberate its "second phase" of creating a bureaucracy to manage internet governance. The WSIS is run... Read More

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