Post Archive

November 7, 2007

The Washington, D.C.-based Churchill Centre has just awarded the first Winston Churchill Award for Statesmanship to James A. Baker and Lee Hamilton. This is the same...

Today, in a Soviet-era margin of 418-0, the Duma approved a law to end compliance with the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty. The...

Another election day has come and gone, and we've seen another, admittedly surprising, failure for those who believe anti-immigration fervor is the new driving force...

Though there’s been little notice of it in the press, the Bush administration appears to have made an enormous change in its Taiwan policy of...

Pat Robertson endorsed Rudy Giuliani for president today. This is a coup, but not for any substantive reason. Taken strictly as an electoral matter, the...

The students at American University in Cairo (AUC), where I studied last year, are furious. Last week, a rumor spread via Facebook that “The...

The whimsical Scottish novelist Alexander McCall Smith, author of the popular No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series of mysteries, as well as academic works on...

General Pervez Musharraf justifies his imposition of martial law—he prefers to call it a “state of emergency,” which makes him sound like one of the...

That is the question I posed here a few days back. And of course, as readers of Connecting the Dots now know, Michael J. Sulick...