Saturday, April 29, 2006

George Shultz and the origins of the Bush doctrine 

I commend to you Dan Henninger's article this morning on George Shultz, "father of the Bush doctrine." I like to think that he read this post of mine on precisely the same subject.


By Blogger Screwy Hoolie, at Sat Apr 29, 07:03:00 PM:



I wanted to share this website with you: Kyrgyztan Institute for Public Policy. It's a think-tank started up by a wealth of intelligent, influential Kyrgyz (one of them a dear friend of mine) essaying on the major issues in the region. Enjoy!  

By Blogger chsw10605, at Sat Apr 29, 11:16:00 PM:

I just began to read you blog about a week ago. I recall that throughout the Reagan Administration, Shultz advocated far stronger military and diplomatic positions than did the late Caspar Weinberger.

Your blog is now on my RSS reader.


By Blogger TigerHawk, at Sat Apr 29, 11:57:00 PM:

Thank you both.  

By Anonymous davod, at Sun Apr 30, 03:44:00 PM:


Just why is the Bush Doctrine dead.  

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