Post Archive

December 10, 2007

There is a story that went unnoticed in the furor over the NIE last week, a story that also contains elements of deception and perfidy....

Mike Huckabee is the first serious Christian identity-politics presidential candidate. He is not running as the only hard-line pro-lifer, though he probably is the only...

Whatever the reason for the Chinese refusal to let nine U.S. Navy ships dock in Hong Kong, one casualty of the "misunderstanding" has been U.S....

December 10 is as good a date as any to review democracy’s progress in 2007. Michael Barone does just that in today’s New York Sun...

Earlier this month, the Reverend Franklin Graham, son of Billy, wrapped up the Hong Kong Franklin Graham Festival, his largest evangelistic event. Over the...

It has been widely speculated that the structure in northern Syria attacked by Israel's Air Force ten weeks ago was a fledgling nuclear reactor, along...

It's official: the trip that Benjamin Ivry deemed "likely" to happen on this blog in October will indeed go forward. This coming February, the New...

First came the deeply flawed summary of the Iran NIE. The more we learn about this document, the more it is becoming apparent that leaks...

My Council on Foreign Relations colleague Stephen Biddle makes an excellent point in this Washington Post article. He cautions against concluding that, because American forces...

Although every language is unique, there is something especially intriguing about Hebrew. Part of it is the lingual leverage: It is a compact tongue in...

The Israel Lobby duo is speaking at Princeton tonight, and the indispensable Martin Kramer has a few prefatory thoughts on what it might be worth...

As we approach the New Year, our thoughts inevitably turn to resolutions. Running a marathon, learning Mandarin, and reading the Deipnosophistae are among the many...