Damir's interests include American foreign policy, interventionism, human rights, as well as the history and politics of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia. Originally born in Croatia, he is also working on issues surrounding the Western Balkans as a Senior Nonresident Fellow at the Atlantic Council.
On his excellent blog for our magazine, Peter Berger has clearly laid out the impassioned moral argument for why we ought to think twice about pulling out of Afghanistan. He starts by highlighting a brutal stoning of an adulterous couple recently sanctioned by the Taliban in the north. He admits that it may very well […]
“The GWOT is dead, long live the COFKATGWOT,” Walter Russell Mead likes to joke. It’s spot-on damning, really—a hamfisted rebranding could not change the essence of two wars well underway as President Obama took the reins of power. It was an early PR mistake by an Administration eager to distance itself from its predecessor, a […]