Are three-way arms limitations, confidence-building measures and crisis management measures, including hot lines, even possible?
Is a major war in which thermonuclear weapons could obliterate most of society no longer unthinkable? Is it even possible?
If this era is to be negotiated safely and securely, a new set of intellectual tools and concepts must be created.
The success of Bush’s only term at least suggests that today’s world could not have been worse off had he won.
The crucial question remains: Who is today’s General Jack Keane? To whom will President Biden listen?
Before the president, Congress and the public draw any conclusions, all the facts surrounding these three events must be established.
One commonsensical conclusion would call for a major policy review.
Infrastructure, writ large, offers the same potential for explosive growth as automobiles did a century ago.
Congress lost its way. Bipartisanship disappeared. The other side was the enemy, not a partner in government.
Can or should Russia be held liable and accountable for its unprovoked invasion of Ukraine?