Post Archive

January 22, 2008

In Iraq, a Mahdi Army spokesman is threatening to not renew the Shia militia’s six-month ceasefire with U.S. and Iraqi forces. The Seattle Times reports: In...

A few hours ago, Fred Thompson withdrew from the Republican presidential race, having attempted one of the most mystifying bids for high office in modern...

Being cranky and needing a nap is no way for Bill Clinton to help his wife grab the youth vote from Barack Obama. And snoozing...

Yesterday I suggested that President Bush use all the leverage we have to convince Beijing to disarm Kim Jong Il. The Chinese supply about...

A thoughtful reader, Orlando Jackson, suggests that in criticizing affirmative action at the CIA, I am trying to have it two ways. On the one...

Would it have made sense to replace Eisenhower in early 1945 or Grant in early 1865? Only someone who thinks the answer to those questions...

Most of the conversation about last night’s Democratic debate in South Carolina is about how strikingly personal and heated the exchanges were between Senators Clinton...

The Guardian reports that today the British government will suggest that British universities reject demands from Muslim students seeking separate facilities for prayer and ritual...

Professor Heisbourg just offered his view of the four major consequences of the recent NIE on the Iranian nuclear program: 1. It "impairs efforts at coercive...

Click here to stream the conference. You can check out the program here. As we speak, a panel just commenced entitled "Can a Nuclear Iran...

A panel on the Iranian nuclear threat just wrapped up here at the Herzliya conference in Israel, and John Bolton answered an audience question with...

The assassination of Benazir Bhutto has plunged Pakistan into what is likely to be a prolonged period of chaos. The United States has two vital...