I won’t comment except to say that the fulcrum of American politics and foreign policy has shifted left with the Obama administration, releasing pressures here and abroad (for which it may not have new structures and ideas…and which introduces new problems). Walt and Mearsheimer have been arguing against the Israel lobby for a while and here Mearsheimer defends himself against the charge of being in political bed with an anti-semite.
Addition: Volokh has more here.
Related On This Site: John Mearsheimer’s offensive realism (Israel can’t go on like this forever, the Israel lobby leads to bad U.S policy decisions): Repost: From Foreign Affairs Via The A & L Daily: ‘Conflict Or Cooperation: Three Visions Revisited’
From The American Interest Online: Francis Fukuyama On Samuel Huntington….is neoconservative foreign policy defunct…sleeping…how does a neoconservatism more comfortable with liberalism here at home translate into foreign policy?: Wilfred McClay At First Things: ‘The Enduring Irving Kristol’
Are we headed toward 19th century geo-politics?: Obama’s Decision On Missile Defense And A Quote From Robert Kagan’s: ‘The Return Of History And The End Of Dreams’
Do we try and invest in global institutions as flawed as they are…upon the raft of Kantian perpetual peace?: Daniel Deudney On YouTube Responding to Robert Kagan: Liberal Democracy Vs. Autocracy