Along the Tracks

Monday, February 24, 2003

Condensed version

In today’s Washington Post, Robert Kagan looks at the Napoleanic vision of European leadership displayed by Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin and the French leadership.

The Detroit News says President Bush should stick to his guns on Medicare reform.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer praises the government’s terrorism-preparedness site, “”

The Lima News also thinks it’s a good idea to “be prepared,” but hopes the new Homeland Security secretary and staff have more to do with their $40 billion budget than develop an informative website.

Finally, in the Indianapolis Star, guest columnist Pierre M. Atlas, a local political science professor, attempts to explain differences in Bush policy toward Iraq and North Korea based on “rational-choice” theory, but his injection of politics leaves the reader more confused than ever.

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