Not to diminish him, I found it odd that the article I linked said,
United States presidential doctrines
He also coined the term “The Reagan Doctrine,” among others.
Given that there had been a "Carter Doctrine," a "Ford Doctrine" (not listed by wiki but google finds it), a "Nixon Doctine," and so on, with certainly every modern president having a foreign policy "doctrine," we knew there was going to be a "Reagan Doctrine" before the Gipper was even sworn in. Let me coin the term "Pence Doctrine" in the event that the current vice president succeeds President Trump
I did like the line,
“In this crazy election year, there are no straight-line projections,” he noted, adding presciently, “As Clinton leaves Philadelphia, her lifelong drive for the ultimate prize is perilously close to a coin flip.”
As we saw in the primaries, Hillary is incredibly lucky. When was the last time she lost a coin toss?
He also summarized the neo-cons, the Scoop Jackson Democrats who split from the Democratic Party on foreign policy.
The neoconservatives were liberal interventionists, favoring big government at home and an interventionist foreign policy.
Later, as a writer for The New Republic, Krauthammer, then a self-styled Democrat, exhibited the kind of willingness to criticize political leaders regardless of their party.
"I'm very unhappy with the Democratic foreign policy," he told the Post. "And I'm very unhappy with Republican domestic policy."