Post Archive

May 23, 2008

Kimberley Strassel reviews the last week or so of the presidential foreign policy debate: And so it goes, as Mr. Obama shifts and shambles, all the...

Lebanon's “March 14” majority coalition in parliament managed to hammer out a temporary agreement with the Hezbollah-led opposition in Doha, Qatar, but that doesn't mean...

Over on her blog, Diana West gets a little hysterical about the fallout over the U.S. military sniper who shot up a Qur'an in Bagdhad....

• Of all the myriad phrases that should be banned from the vocabularies of critics, "definitive biography" belongs at the top of the list. No...

Today, Dmitry Medvedev arrived in Beijing on his first foreign trip since assuming the Russian presidency. The two authoritarian giants wasted no time criticizing...

Senator Barack Obama has staked out positions on both Hamas and Iran that are worth examining. On Hamas, Obama says, "We must not negotiate with a...

Imagine, for a moment, that you are the book review editor of a major newspaper, and a book has been written by someone who was...

It's nice to have friends in high places. It's not so nice to see those friends unfairly pilloried by journalists intent on collecting another scalp. First...

The State Department could learn a thing or two from Solomon Bradman. The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is up in arms over a course...

Michael Goldfarb points out an Obama quote yesterday: My goal is to have the best possible government. And that means me winning. So, I'm very practical...

According to the Department of Homeland Security's color-coded "security advisory system," the terrorist "threat level" is currently yellow. To meet the elevated danger, citizens are...

Rumor has it that Joe Biden would love to be secretary of state in an Obama administration. On the basis of his Wall Street Journal...