Post Archive

November 26, 2007

Today, European Union Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson delivered a stinging rebuke to Beijing. “During the summer some Chinese officials pointed out that less than...

If you follow the Israeli media, you know that the newspaper Haaretz is a rough equivalent of the New York Times: self-serious, high-brow, the aspirant...

Four members of the "cultural guerrilla" cell Untergunther were exonerated in Paris on Friday for breaking into the Panthéon after-hours to repair the building's...

Over at National Review Online, Andy McCarthy has written an angry, punishing critique of the Bush administration, calling Annapolis—quite correctly, I think—the death knell of...

According to a recent report, beefing up sanctions against Iran will cost the German taxpayer dearly: new sanctions will force the German government to pay...

It seems like only yesterday that Democrats were frothing at the mouth about the “climate of abuse” that made possible the 2004 Abu Ghraib scandal...

It's worth recalling a few details of Annapolis's origins in order that they may shed some light on what is happening, and not happening, this...

The New York Times yesterday carried a front-page article entitled "As Democrats See Security Gains in Iraq, Tone Shifts." The story details the rank cynicism...

One of the reasons the commentariat is growing giggly with excitement about the Annapolis peace conference taking place over the next three days is the...

The chaos in Pakistan has prompted worry about the security of that country’s nuclear arsenal. Will its estimated 50 to 100 nuclear warheads remain in...

You've proven sufficiently adept at aiding and abetting free political discourse (no doubt exuding decadent Western sexual mores all the while) to require being banned...

Over the past few weeks, consensus has continually held that little should be expected from the Annapolis conference, which opens tomorrow. Op-ed after op-ed...