Post Archive

November 19, 2007

We can now declare it official: the general perception of the Iraq war is changing, including among the mainstream media. Yesterday, the Washington Post ran an...

The day after the International Atomic Energy Agency published a progress report on Iran that is highly critical of its regime's conduct, France’s former Socialist...

News reports indicate that weekly attack levels in Iraq are down to their lowest level since before the Samarra mosque bombing in February 2006. As...

Unsurprisingly, the Vice President of Zimbabwe has publicly endorsed the proposition that his boss, Robert Mugabe, become President for life. This would not be the...

Last week, the American University in Cairo’s faculty senate reconvened to discuss the possibility of academic exchanges with Israeli universities. AUC President David Arnold, who...

...by James Wood, writing in the New Yorker about the new translation of War and Peace, which captures with gorgeous urgency the extraordinary contradictions of...

Andrew Trees has worked as a teacher at Horace Mann, the prestigious New York City private school, for six years. In 2006, he published a...

Powerline points to yet another instance of a campus roiled by a spurious accusation of racism. Gabriel Keith, a student at Minneapolis Community and Technical...

In my article “The Case for Bombing Iran” (COMMENTARY, June 2007), in my book World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism, and in various...

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, traveling yesterday in Africa, acknowledged the support of the G-20 nations for a “best practices” code for sovereign wealth funds. ...

One of the biggest impediments to transforming the U.S. government for the Long War is personnel policies that were designed for a different kind of...