Post Archive

January 17, 2008

Canada has put Israel and the U.S. on an official list of countries where prisoners are at risk of being tortured. Here's Reuters with the...

I hope I'm not alone in finding something amusing about Ron Rosenbaum's article—his breathless, agonized, pleading, even a little self-aggrandizing article—about whether or not Vladimir...

Yesterday, Lt. General Henry Obering, director of the Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency, noted that Iran is accelerating its efforts to build long-range missiles. “They’re...

That, my friends, is what Robert Malley and Hussein Agha would like us to understand is the key to peace in the Middle East. In...

On the heels of the NIE release in December, European energy giants are flocking back to Tehran to sign lucrative deals. On December 22, Italian...

The London Jewish Chronicle reports on the bizarre Jewish revival now taking place in Poland. You see, there used to be three million Jews there,...

Scarcely had I sent off my posting about the risks Singapore runs with its Islamic and Malay neighbors by hosting guest workers from the People’s...

A new video offers a glimpse of Barack Obama’s humility. “I don’t want to present myself as some sort of singular figure,” he begins. And...

Ben Smith of The Politico writes [Barack] Obama, in his interview with the Reno Gazette-Journal's editorial board, made the case that his movement is as much...

The Jerusalem Post has reported that the Palestinian Authority is planning on creating a new Parliament, one which would govern the West Bank and presumably...

Over at Connecting the Dots, Gabriel Schoenfeld notes the peculiar journalistic standards of the New York Times's ombudsman, Clark Hoyt, who gets the vapors at...

The New York Times has been howling about "warrantless wiretapping" conducted in the United States by the National Security Agency and directed against al-Qaeda operatives who...