TBogg

Is this going to be on the test?

Lisa Schiffren:

Andy and Yuval both explain well that the Bush Doctrine is a multi-faceted policy, not clearly defined, and only intermittently adhered to in any of its particulars. David Gergen — of all people — on CNN pointed out that the phrase is, for the most part, inside DC/foreign policy establishment jargon. It is not used widely in the media, even in more serious discussions of whichever aspect is under scrutiny.

Three Cheers for the Bush Doctrine
Monday, Mar. 07, 2005 By CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER

The Bush Doctrine, R.I.P.
By FRANK RICH
Published: April 13, 2002

Unauthorized Entry The Bush Doctrine: War without anyone’s permission.
By Michael Kinsley
Posted Thursday, March 20, 2003

Chronology: The Evolution of the Bush Doctrine
PBS

Rescinding the Bush Doctrine
By Andrew J. Bacevich | March 1, 2007

The Underpinnings of the Bush Doctrine
By Thomas Donnelly
Posted: Friday, January 31, 2003

The New Bush Doctrine
By Richard Falk
This article appeared in the July 15, 2002 edition of The Nation.
June 27, 2002

Good Riddance to the Bush Doctrine
By Derek Chollet and James Goldgeier
Sunday, July 13, 2008; Page B03

Iraq Occupation Erodes Bush Doctrine
By Robin Wright
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, June 28, 2004;

Bush Doctrine Rings Hollow
by Charles V. Peña
Charles V. Peña is senior defense policy analyst at the Cato Institute.
This article appeared on cato.org on January 26, 2003.

Aftermath; The Bush Doctrine
Published: April 13, 2003

Obama: Clinton Would Continue "Bush Doctrine"
July 26, 2007 11:21 AM

The arrogance of the Bush Doctrine
The president’s new foreign policy will only anger other countries, and provoke them to take their own "preemptive action."
By Robert Scheer

The Bush Doctrine
Christianity Today
The moral vision that launched the Iraq war has been quietly growing in the President’s inner circle
Tony Carnes | posted 5/01/2003 12:00AM

The Clinton-Obama-Bush Doctrine
Editorial of The New York Sun | November 19, 2007

(To be fair, nobody read the New York Sun)

In the Driver’s Seat
Condoleezza Rice and the jettisoning of the Bush Doctrine.
by Stephen F. Hayes

Has the Bush doctrine failed?
Analysts say conflicts in the Middle East have halted aggressive US policy, and may hint at end of West’s military superiority.
By Tom Regan | csmonitor.com

The Bush Doctrine today and tomorrow

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