Pro neoconservatism?

The Claremont Review of Books (subscribe here) has posted the scrupulous review by University of Virginia Professor Gerard Alexander of two new books attacking neoconservative foreign policy: “Anti-anti-neoconservatism.” I had thought that the “neoconservative” rubric applied to current foreign policy debates was at best a useless epithet; Professor Alexander’s review has caused me to think again about that.
At Little Green Footballs Charles Johnson has posted James Panero’s review of Edward Said’s posthumous book. Charles has posted the review under the heading “Edward Said: The Palestinian Authority.”

Responses

Books to read from Power Line