Jamie Kirchick offers a vigorous defense of Germany's hard-line against Scientology.
There is no doubt that, objectively, some of her positions are, indeed, hard-line.
Only in hard-line East Germany did change come from outside and below, catalyzed by grassroots protests.
Dr. Berlin says he can understand that hard-line point of view.
Like his predecessor Ariel Sharon, Netanyahu could become a hard-line Israeli prime minister who takes a bold step toward peace.
Obama vowed to reverse Bush's hard-line drug policies, but Dubya still has a man raising havoc in the White House drug office.
In other words, hard-line conservatives might still prevail in Arizona.
And some domestic editorials have alluded to the link between a hard-line foreign policy stance and domestic self-confidence.
These are all clear signs the hard-line clerical rulers are in deep trouble—and they know it.
And what deepens the mystery to me is what his hard-line position gets him.
: the President's hard-line views on abortion
A policy or attitude based on severity and lack of compromise: Take a hard line with them or they'll murder you (1960s+)