Matthew Yglesias is a senior editor at the Center for American Progress Action Fund, a former Prospect staff writer, and the author of Heads in the Sand: How the Republicans Screw Up Foreign Policy and Foreign Policy Screws Up the Democrats.
The U.S. should stop supporting unpopular but "moderate" regimes in the Middle East just for the sake of stability.Matthew YglesiasFeb 15, 2011
It's Congress, not the president, that is a threat to democracy.Matthew YglesiasFeb 07, 2011
The right hates Mohamed ElBaradei because he was right about Iraq, not because he's wrong for Egypt now.Matthew YglesiasFeb 02, 2011
The United States' long-term interests are much better served by almost any conceivable decision-making process other than so-called G2 summits with China.Matthew YglesiasJan 19, 2011
The idea that warmer sentiments from CEOs will make the president more popular is ill-conceived.Matthew YglesiasJan 05, 2011