Post Archive

September 6, 2007

When an international superstar like Italy’s champion tenor Luciano Pavarotti dies, a horse race ensues for posthumous tributes. As Milan’s Corriere della Sera marveled, the...

Today’s Politico has a front page story, “Democrats Retreat on War End.” In the article we read this: In a strategic shift designed to win over...

The alleged terrorist plot uncovered in Germany has an interesting connection to another country: two of the suspects, both German converts to Islam, were said...

It's hardly a secret that Israel was always skeptical about the war in Iraq, as this commentary from the eminent scholar Martin Kramer shows. Now, for...

My post Correcting the GAO itself needs a correction. My source—an officer serving in Baghdad—has just told me that a couple of the figures he...

When the African National Congress came to power in South Africa in 1994, it was right to see itself not just as a new political...

A decade or two from now, how will the scholarship of John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt be remembered? Their new book, The Israel Lobby and...

On August 29 and 30, Germany’s Osnabrück Symphony Orchestra, led by the conductor Hermann Bäumer, performed much-publicized concerts in Tehran of Beethoven's Leonore Overture No....