2007 - So Who's Afraid of the
Ray McGovern, a retired CIA analyst, critiques the
Mearsheimer and Walt take on the influence of the
pro-Israel lobby on the decision to invade Iraq.
2006 – The Israel Lobby
and U.S. Foreign Policy. Professors
John L. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt document the
influence of the pro-Israel lobby on U.S. foreign
policy in general and on the decision to invade Iraq
in particular. [read]
Frontline: The Enemy
From Within. After
5 years have we struck the proper balance between
the investigative power of the government and the
reality of the threat we face? [watch
the full program]
2006- What to do in Iraq: A
Larry Diamond, James Dobbins, Chaim Kaufmann, Leslie
H. Gelb, and Stephen Biddle; from Foreign Affairs.
June 2006- Stanley Foundation Policy Analysis:
A Critique of the Bush Administration's National Security
Strategy. This analysis pinpoints several
issues the Bush administration appears to be weak.
9, 2006- CRS
Issue Brief for Congress: Intelligence Issues for
Congressional Research Service provides a detailed
study of issues on intelligence that require Congress'
attention, such as the intelligence failure with Iraq
and the rise of international terrorism.
16, 2006- Preemptive
War, International Law & the 2006 National Security
Strategy. (Steven Welsh, Center for Defense
Information) Welsh explains the National Strategy
of Bush's foreign policy and weighs its legality against
current international law. [link]