Post Archive

April 3, 2009

David S. Mazel, on Shmuel Rosner: Gal-On has been mugged by reality. Good for her! I hope others in the peace camp are similarly attacked. How...

This weekend America celebrates the most precious rite of spring as, like the blooming of flowers and the appearance of sunshine, the regular baseball season...

John, Paul Singer's contribution provides a welcome respite from the strawman arguments on both sides. The Democrats contend that Republicans want free markets with no regulation,...

At first I thought that U.S. District Judge John Bates's ruling that prisoners held at Bagram have the right to file habeas petitions with the...

Over on his Foreign Policy blog, Stephen Walt corrects his own previous assertion that Robert Kagan "helped derail efforts to reach a two-state solution to...

The Centre for Social Cohesion, a British think-tank led by Douglas Murray, has just published a report by Robin Simcox, on "A Degree of Influence:...

Among the least discussed aspects of President Obama's European tour was his meeting with Saudi King Abdullah (or “Abdullah the Great,” as would-be Obama intelligence...

The Wall Street Journal editors are tickled: In a vote late Wednesday, no fewer than 26 Democrats joined all 41 Republicans to insist that any new...

In that intellectual wasteland known as the typical New York Times editorial, inconvenient facts and simple logic are never allowed to intrude on the...

Some may choose to call this progress: "In a symbolic gesture, French President Nicolas Sarkozy says he will accept one terrorist suspect being held at...

According to an analysis published by Reuters, the new U.S. administration is in agreement with some Western European countries that the June...

Zehava Gal-On is a dovish former Israeli Knesset member. She's probably the most pacifist member of any party (in this case, Meretz) still calling itself...