Appeasement Finds a Home in the Academy
I have a new Campus Watch column up at The American Thinker on the support for appeasement-based foreign policy among Middle East studies academics. Three in particular exemplify this trend. Read on:
Instead of providing moral clarity in a time of war, too many academics busy themselves inventing strategies to get along peaceably with genocidal terrorist groups and the governments that aid and abet them. Among the appeasers, three professors of Middle East studies stand out: the University of Minnesota's William O. Beeman; Boston University's Augustus Richard Norton; and Harvard University's Sara Roy.Continue reading "Appeasement Finds a Home in the Academy."
Update: Readers may recall that I had a lively exchange with Prof. Beeman both here and at the Campus Watch blog regarding an earlier piece of mine on the same subject. For the moment, it appears he and I will have to agree to disagree.