When it comes to foreign policy, I’m all alone. On the one hand, I tend to be less eager than most to invade or enter other countries (be they Libya, Mali, Iraq or Syria) to achieve our foreign policy aims. On the other, I am less meek than many of my libertarian compatriots. I’m all for bombing the ever-living snot out of countries that attack us (hello Afghanistan post-9/11).
Why is it, then, that all foreign policy arguments are so extreme? I’m exaggerating, but it seems as if my options ar…
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