Post Archive

October 22, 2007

Taking up the ideas of John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt about the inordinate influence of the “Israel Lobby” on American foreign policy, James Fallows of...

The United States military has lately been having a string of bad luck in its handling of things nuclear. But is it merely bad luck,...

This morning, China’s Communist Party revealed its new Politburo Standing Committee in Beijing. Gone were three senior cadres. In were four new faces....

Juan Cole is a Middle East history professor at the University of Michigan. By virtue of his blog he has become, in recent years, a...

Fans of television’s Law & Order have waited in vain for any commemoration of the 85th birthday of Steven Hill, the actor who played New...

David B. Rivkin Jr. and Lee A. Casey have written a series of thoughtful articles on the intersection of law and counterterrorism. In today’s Wall...

• Otto Preminger? Who he? If you’re a paid-up member of the most extreme wing of the auteur theory of film criticism, which holds that...

It is truly a boon for observers of South African politics that the country's president writes a several-thousand word message every week to his supporters....