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投稿者 愛国心を主張する者ほど売国奴 日時 2006 年 3 月 31 日 01:01:09: tTp1/cyvuKUmU
 

(回答先: ミアシャイマーとウォルトのイスラエルロビー批判論文の日本語訳(その三) 投稿者 愛国心を主張する者ほど売国奴 日時 2006 年 3 月 30 日 02:32:38)

FIRESTORM
Of Israel, Harvard and David Duke
Sunday, March 26, 2006; Page B05


International relations scholars John J. Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago and Stephen M. Walt of Harvard University ignited a furious debate last week with their lengthy essay "The Israel Lobby," appearing in the London Review of Books. Their argument -- that the influence of a powerful pro-Israel lobby in the United States threatens U.S. national security -- has reverberated through academic and policy circles, the media and the blogosphere. A sampling of their article and the ongoing controversy:


THE CONTROVERSY

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Harvard Law professor Alan M. Dershowitz: "These are two serious scholars and you need to expose what they have done as ignorant propaganda." (Jerusalem Post)

Juancole.com: "Political scientists John Mearsheimer (University of Chicago) and Stephen Walt (Harvard) bravely take on the issue of the pro-Israel lobby in Washington and the way it distorts U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Most American Jews deeply disagree with the policies advocated by the American Enterprise Institute, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, etc., but a sliver of the political spectrum, falsely insisting that it represents all American Jews, manages to skew U.S. politics and reporting on the issue of Palestine."

Dennis Ross, President Clinton's Middle East envoy: "It is basically a series of assertions. They quote only those people who basically have this point of view and don't take a serious look at anything in a more profound way. It is masquerading as scholarship." (New York Sun)

Rosner's Blog: "The new study . . . presents an interesting dilemma to the writer: Do you ignore it -- having concluded it is biased, one-sided, foolish, repetitive, and most of all, has nothing new to offer -- or do you write about it, knowing that the 'Harvard,' 'Chicago,' 'professors,' 'Kennedy School' labels will make it acceptable anyway, even newsworthy, in the eyes of many. In short: Does one need cooperate with the advancement of the cause of academic garbage?" (Haaretz.com)

David Duke: "It is quite satisfying to see a body in the premier American university essentially come out and validate every major point I have been making since even before the war even started." (New York Sun)

Danieldrezner.com : "Walt and Mearsheimer should not be criticized as anti-Semites, because that's patently false. They should be criticized for doing piss-poor, monocausal social science."

Ruth R. Wisse: "[I]t would be a mistake to treat this article on the 'Israel Lobby' as an attack on Israel alone, or on its Jewish defenders, or on the organizations and individuals it singles out for condemnation. Its true target is the American public, which now supports Israel with higher levels of confidence than ever before." (Wall Street Journal)

Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America: "Even a cursory examination of 'The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy' reveals that it is riddled with errors of fact, logic and omission, has inaccurate citations, displays extremely poor judgment regarding sources, and, contrary to basic scholarly standards, ignores previous serious work on the subject."


THE FALLOUT

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Mearsheimer and Walt's study appeared earlier this month as an 83-page "Faculty Research Working Paper" on the Web site of Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government, where Walt serves as academic dean. Following the uproar, the Kennedy School discreetly removed its logo from the paper, and the document now features a more detailed and prominent disclaimer: "The two authors of this Working Paper are solely responsible for the views expressed in it. As academic institutions, Harvard University and the University of Chicago do not take positions on the scholarship of individual faculty, and this article should not be interpreted or portrayed as reflecting the official position of either institution."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/03/24/AR2006032402147.html

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