Post Archive

October 8, 2007

Jason Shaplen and James Laney, writing in today’s New York Times, propose that China be deputized to hold Kim Jong Il’s stockpile of fissile material—primarily...

It feels a bit grubby to address an argument that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has repeatedly employed to deny the legitimacy of the state of Israel. But...

I know it's unusual, if not unheard of, to read a kind word about Jimmy Carter in these pages. But praise is nevertheless in order...

The plan for Taiwan’s first national day military parade in sixteen years is much in the news today, notably on the front page of Thursday’s...

The most hated man in Iraq today is Senator Joseph Biden. Iraqis (except for Kurds) are outraged at the Senate's adoption of a Biden bill,...

The New York Times reports that, just days before the start of a major conclave, the senior leaders of China’s Communist Party are deadlocked on...

Yochi Dreazen has an interesting article in today’s Wall Street Journal reporting on the heroic efforts of Colonel Saleem Qader, an Iraqi army intelligence officer,...

Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed something called the Free Flow of Information Act, which will create a “privilege” for journalists, protecting them from...

In his October 5th column for The New York Times, David Brooks writes: Over the past six years, the Republican Party has championed the spread of...