Post Archive

February 1, 2009

Somebody ought to give Bruce Springsteen some oxygen or something....

A day after the peaceful vote in Iraq, which is the great political triumph of the surge, it was both gobstopping and thrilling to see...

Results are still being tallied in Iraq's provincial election, but preliminary returns, as reported by Dubai's Al-Sharqiyah television, sound on the whole like good news...

An article in today's Times of London reports on the most recent absurdity to come from the mouths of those most green. This from Jonathon...

You think you've seen everything and then Washington surprises you once again. It turns out that Tom Daschle waited nearly a month after his nomination...

Will Beijing buy more American debt?  Yesterday, Wen Jiabao arrogantly said that President Obama will want to know the answer to this question.  Then the...

Barack Obama did a great job of cultivating an air of bipartisanship before he was inaugurated. Mostly this was a matter of selecting such centrists...

More than ten Qassam rockets were launched from Gaza into Israel this morning. Add these to the rocket launched last week and to the attack...

Nicholas Kristof pronounces: President Bush’s problem was that he loved Israel too much. He embraced Israeli leaders even when they responded to provocations by killing more...

We're less than two weeks into the administration of President Barack Obama, and we are already seeing that it will, indeed, be an exceptional time...

The MSM is getting antsy about the stimulus plan. It is hard to get around the fact that, as the Washington Post editors confess: Instead of...

In The New York Times Book Review, David C. Unger, who writes foreign policy editorials for the Times, reviews Martin Indyk’s “Innocent Abroad:  An Intimate...