Talk:Neo-conservative External Links
This Jim Lobe article -- Family ties connect US right, Zionists (March 9, 2003) -- brings to bear a long-proven theory of mine ... well, one of them, at least: Check to see who (which neo-con) is sleeping with whom (other neo-con), literally. The other theory is equally true: Follow the money.
AI 8/1/03 07:27 (EDT)
I have started a tidy on the various links as a prelude to reviewing the main article page. Removed the following from the 1990 section (brief note follows the ref)
- Neo-Conservative Ascendancy in the George W. Bush Administration, philosophynotes.com. - Link no longer works
- Chris Holt, Some major myths at the root of neoconservativism, January 9, 1995. I don't see that is really adds anything and despite the title is a bit off topic
- Carlo DiNota, "Those Savvy Neo-Cons: Hardly Conservative," The Chalcedon Foundation, January 1998, critiques the neo-cons from a fundamentalist Christian perspective. - couldn't find that on the site - link no longer works
--Bob Burton 23:02, 5 Apr 2005 (EDT)
- deleted dupe of Lobe article (dif title, same article)
- removed a couple of articles that while passingly mentioning necons are more relevant elsewhere
--Bob Burton 23:48, 5 Apr 2005 (EDT)
Start tidy of 03 section
- John S. Lemberger, "The Speech George W. Bush Doesn't Want You to Hear", A Second Opinion, V2:1 (January 2003). I donlt see that this adds much
- John Sfakianakis, "Black Gold", Global Policy/Al-Ahram Weekly, January 23-29, 2003. While this passingly refers to neocons it is about oil policy.
- Aaron Hicklin, "Chickenhawk Bush on dodgy ground. Those who served and suffered find strange bedfellows in Iraq protest", The Herald, January 27, 2003. Dead link
--Bob Burton 00:15, 6 Apr 2005 (EDT)
Further 03 changes
- Brian Dunaway, "A Lose-Lose Prospect", LewRockwell.com, February 15, 2003. Off topic
- Laszlo Nagy, 1993 as the year when the Neoconservative Age was supposed to have ended. 1995 as the year that confirmed that it had entered its Second Decade of Existence, Black Flag (Dissociated Press), March 2003. Really don't think this adds much.
- Robert Dreyfuss, The Thirty-Year Itch, Mother Jones, March/April 2003. "Three decades ago, in the throes of the energy crisis, Washington's hawks conceived of a strategy for US control of the Persian Gulf's oil. Now, with the same strategists firmly in control of the White House, the Bush administration is playing out their script for global dominance." While an interesting article it is a bit peripheral to an article on neoconservatism.
- Patrick J. Buchanan, Whose War? A neoconservative clique seeks to ensnare our country in a series of wars that are not in America's interest, The American Conservative, March 11, 2003. Dead link
- Rosalinda, "Richard Perle Caught Running a $100-million Sheik-Down", Thunder Bay IndyMedia, March 13, 2003. Off topic
- Thomas Fleming, America's Flailing Franophobes, Hard Right in Chronicles Magazine, March 13, 2003. Off topic
--Bob Burton 00:36, 6 Apr 2005 (EDT)
- Rosalinda, "Neocons Go Wild Over Spread of Clean Break Expose", Milwaukee IndyMedia, March 14, 2003. Dead link
- Patrick J. Buchanan, Whose War? A neoconservative clique seeks to ensnare our country in a series of wars that are not in America's interest, The American Conservative, March 24, 2003. Dead link
- Eric Alterman, Neocons flip flopping all over the place. Even insomniacs have to wake up sometime, No Utopia, March 29, 2003. Dead link
- David Corn, "The Hubris of the Neocons," The Nation, March 31, 2003. - largely off topic
- Michael Lind, How Neoconservatives Conquered Washington - and Launched a War, San Franciso IndyMedia, April 11, 2003. Duplicate ref
- Ali Abunimah and Hussein Ibish, The misadventures of neoconservatives, Electronic Iraq, April 15, 2003. Off topic
- Ronald Brownstein, Neoconservatives willing to take a break. Many who promoted invasion now say next steps should involve diplomatic, economic pressure, not military force, Oakland Tribune, April 17, 2003. Dead link
- Erik P. Sorenson, The Dangerous Neoconservatives: Declaring War on Peace, Republicons.org, April 18, 2003. Dead link
- Edwin Chen, Neoconservatives take on Powell over plan. 'Road map' seen as new battleground over U.S. approach to U.N., Oakland Tribune, April 23, 2003. Dead link
- The Shadow Men, From The Economist print edition, April 24, 2003. Dead link
- Ralph Z. Hallow, 'Neocons' get boost in defeat of Saddam, The Washington Times, April 27, 2003. Dead link
- Barry Lando, Don't Try This At Home. Preemption Strikes Back, TomPaine.com, April 30, 2003. Off topic
- Hey Folks, there's a Struggle behind the Scene, NEOCONS and ..., posting on SunSpot.net, April 30, 2003. Dead link
- William O. Beeman, Who is Michael Ledeen?, Pacific News Service, May 8, 2003. Dead link
- Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX), Neo - CONNED!, In the House of Representives, July 10, 2003. Doesnlt really add much
- The Neo-Cons, Keys to Liberty, last updated July 22, 2003. Biographies of many neoconservatives. Ditto
- Empire Builders: Neoconservatives and their blueprint for U.S. power: Neocon 101. Some basic questions answered. What do neoconservatives believe?, The Christian Science Monitor, August 27, 2003. Duplicating link in gen resources up the top of the page
Ok that's the first trawl through.
- I have removed most of the articles that have dead links (there's a few Lobe articles I'll have a look and see if I get alternative locations or updated links for).
- Where the links remained valid but the article really only mentions neocons in passing or where I thought it didn't add much new I have removed it to cut the links list down to something that's tighter and more on topic. I'll see if I can finish finding new links for some and hunt for any additional books before the end of the day.
--Bob Burton 01:36, 6 Apr 2005 (EDT)
- Maura Reynolds, Road Map: Bush's Commitment Crucial, L.A. Times posted at ArabNews Online, May 1, 2003. Dead link
- Will Marshall, The Blair Democrats: Ready for Battle, The Washington Post, May 1, 2003. Doesn't really add much
- Suzanne Fields, Expanding the Base of the Neocons, The Washington Times, May 1, 2003. Dead link
- Brad DeLong, Even the Neoconservative New Republic, The Semi-Daily Journal of Economist Brad DeLong, March 14, 2003. Doesn't add much
--Bob Burton 01:56, 6 Apr 2005 (EDT)