- a of or relating to or suggestive of Woodrow Wilson
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- An Update on the Syrian Situation
By Adam Dahmer In last week’s column, released online, I argued that military intervention in Syria was ill-conceived. The Wilsonian notion of America as a dispenser of global justice operates counter to the US national interest, and makes American leaders seem hypocritical when they apply the doctrine unevenly throughout the world. Since the writing of... Read more »
Sept. 19, 2013 - The Louisville Cardinal
- Kenny Leon in International Herald Tribune
Those plays are the most Wilsonian,says Leon, who shepherded Wilson's last two plays ("Gem" and "Radio Golf") to Broadway. "They have characters who speak of themselves in long monologues. They present a natural and a supernatural world....
- John Bolton in New York Times
It was a very naÃ¯ve, Wilsonian speech, and very revealing of Obama's foreign policy,says Bolton. "Overall, it was so apologetic for the actions of prior administrations, in an effort to distance Obama from them, that it became yet another...
- Paul Wolfowitz in Seattle Post Intelligencer
WASHINGTON -- "I can't tell you," Paul Wolfowitz says, "how much I resent being called a Wilsonian."