Monday, January 12, 2004

Walter Russell Mead on the Bush administration's past year

Gregory Djerijian of The Belgravia Dispatch says that Walter Russell Mead is "pretty much right on throughout" this assessment of the Bush administration's foreign policy record in 2003.

For more from Mead, try this conversation with Harry Kreisler at the Institute of International Studies at UC Berkeley. Among other things, Mead discusses his personal background -- including the impact of the civil rights movement on his life -- and his division of American foreign policy into four strains: Hamiltonian, Jeffersonian, Wilsonian, and Jacksonian.

If you like that, you'll love his book.

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