Pejman Yousefzadeh: October 2005 Archives

A Realist No Longer

The punditry world is abuzz with talk of a recent New Yorker article (no link available) by writer Jeffrey Goldberg, who has interviewed Brent Scowcroft, the former national security advisor for the Ford Administration and the Administration of George... Read More

The Expectation Defiers

It is understandable for observers of the current reconstruction in Iraq to believe that the next political test faced by the country will result in catastrophic failure. The insurgent attacks that continue to occur dominate news dispatches. Would-be foreign policy Read More

The Myth of the "Constitution-in-Exile" Movement

Last week, I wrote about the conspiracy-mongering regarding the existence and function of the Federalist Society that has become part of the judicial confirmation wars and has emerged as a major talking point against right-of-center judicial nominees. There is anot Read More

A Federalist Offense

President Bush has nominated White House Counsel Harriet Miers to replace Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court. The nomination has provoked a lot of concern on the right side of the ideological divide. And despite the fact that... Read More

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