Post Archive

July 22, 2008

The Bush administration's decision to send the No. 3 official from the State Department to Geneva to meet with representatives of Iran and other...

Over at The American Prospect, Tim Fernholz says that conservative complaints over the New York Times' refusal to publish a draft of an op-ed by...

The Bush administration's foreign policy appears, on the whole, to be deeply troubled in the President's waning days. Iraq aside, there aren't a lot...

Jordan's King Abdullah reportedly told Barack Obama that "even-handed" policies by the U.S. would bring about a more peaceful Middle East. Now let's see if...

Barack Obama in a tough interview with Katie Couric (yeah, really) gives this explanation for why the surge even in retrospect was a bad idea: Because...

Gillerman is stepping down after six years as Israel's ambassador to the UN, and left on a characteristically magnificent note: "This is most probably my last...

John McCain (directly in a town hall setting and through surrogates) today is trying to make the point about Barack Obama's willingness to lose a...

Oliver Kamm directs our attention to this important column in Britain's Independent newspaper by John Rentoul, previewing Obama's upcoming trip to London. Rentoul, a supporter...

Jim Geraghty points out an odd Obama moment in his press conference in Jordan: In terms of, my conversations with General Petraeus, there's no doubt that...

Let's think for a moment about the undecided voters and the "soft Democrats." So we have to think how they view Barack Obama. They don't...

Yesterday, Izvestia reported that a Russian air force official threatened to move nuclear-capable bombers to Cuba. "While they are deploying the missile shield in...

One thing seems increasingly odd in Barack Obama's Iraq positioning. He is terribly concerned and delighted to latch on the the Iraqi leaders pronouncements on...