Post Archive

November 22, 2009

For quite a while -- for decades, in fact -- it has been fashionable to predict the eclipse of American power. What's changed over the...

Interviewed by BBC Arabic this weekend, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas denied reports that he would seek UN Security Council approval for unilaterally declaring a Palestinian...

Reading the Washington Post's survey of Asia experts' opinions on Obama's swing through the region, I was struck by the general consensus that the trip...

In the New York Times, Robert Wright argues that the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq served to radicalize Maj. Nidal Hasan, and that: The Fort Hood...

The Washington Post's ombudsman Andrew Alexander devotes his weekly column to explaining how the Post's food critic is above reproach. Fine. Over the last few...

No, Democrats would not vote to humiliate their own leadership and to kill health-care reform in its crib. By a 60-39 vote, the senate agreed...

Susan Estrich writes ostensibly on the brewing controversy over new standards for mammography: "The longer answer is that you practice medicine on an individualized basis. While...