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October 26, 2007

In an article I wrote for today's Daily Standard, I took note of the problem posed by so called “ticking time bombs” for absolutist critics of...

There are some great doings at the website of what I like to think of as a sister publication to COMMENTARY across the pond: the...

On Wednesday, the foreign ministers of China, Russia, and India met in Harbin, where they pledged “to strengthen trilateral pragmatic cooperation.” According to People’s...

Charles Kesler is editor of one of the most intellectually impressive publications in America, the Claremont Review of Books, and he is also among the...

Earlier in the week, I expressed some reservations about David B. Rivkin Jr. and Lee A. Casey’s piece in the Wall Street Journal  in defense...

After expressionism comes minimalism. Whether or not this is always the case, it is so in museum design, where flamboyant gesture is now out...

I was skeptical, at first, on the question of whether the Sarkozy administration would end up doing much to change the nearly 200-year French ambition...

The Washington Post has a small but important story on American military advisers. The new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen,...