Post Archive

March 18, 2008

Any debate about Israel and the Palestinians invariably arrives at a basic question: What do the Palestinians want? A lot gets said in response. Most...

"The defining challenge of the 21st century will be to face the reality that humanity shares a common fate on a crowded planet," writes Jeffrey...

In retrospect, it seems like the whole roiling Democrat identity saga was building up to Obama's perfectly timed and exquisitely wrought exegesis. In a sense,...

Barack Obama's unusual campaign has just led to one of the most unusual speeches in American political history. The purpose of the speech is to...

If you're looking for some comfort that Barack Obama wasn't trying to play it both ways--endearing himself to extreme and paranoid fringe members of Chicago's...

While Barack Obama is trying to explain his way out of Reverend Wright to the broader Democratic electorate, he's suffering from a developing problem with...

Noah Pollak writes that Israel seems finally to be implementing the Bush Doctrine: Jerusalem allegedly has warned Damascus that it will be held accountable for...

Swiss energy giant EGL just disclosed what is perhaps the biggest energy contract with Iran in recent history--between 28 and 42 billion dollars, according to...

Iraq data continues to stack up against the Democrats’ mission to draw down troops and leave. A recent Pew poll showed that 53 percent of...

In a statement on Sunday, Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago defended the Reverend Jeremiah Wright, saying nearly three weeks before the 40th commemorative anniversary...

Should the United States build new and more reliable nuclear warheads? In the face of the aging and deterioration of weapons in the existing arsenal,...

Call me naive, and I'm certainly not trying to be flip, but I've never quite understood all the fuss about asymmetric warfare. We have a...