Post Archive

April 14, 2010

Jennifer’s dissection of the New York Times piece on the emerging Obama Doctrine is masterful. One thing I would observe about “realpolitik,” however, is that...

If the nuclear summit was meant to distract us from the failure of the Obami to devise a serious policy reasonably designed to thwart the...

Arthur Brooks, the outstanding president of the American Enterprise Institute (and co-author, with me, of a forthcoming monograph on capitalism and morality), published a...

What are we to make of the latest comments about the peace process from President Obama? In recent weeks, the White House has run the...

We have had a series of horror stories reminding us of atrocious treatment of girls and women in a great number of Muslim countries. Whether...

As J.E. Dyer pointed out, the Obama nuclear policy seems caught in a 1970s time warp -- a faint echo of the nuclear-freeze gang, which...

The Chinese philosopher Mencius once said that “small states have to be smart, not impulsive, in dealing with big states, and that big states should...

Marco Rubio is flying high -- crushing Charlie Crist in the polls, hauling in huge campaign money, and emerging as a new star in the...

Naturally. The UK's "Advertising Standards Authority" has declared that an Israeli advertisement containing a picture of the Western Wall is misleading because the Wall is...

The New York Times's Peter Baker reports -- with plenty of fawning quotes from foreign policy establishment types -- that there is an Obama Doctrine...

As Noah pointed out yesterday, Syria is now being credibly accused of shipping Scud missiles with a range of more than 430 miles to Hezbollah,...

The AP characterized Obama's comments on the Middle East "peace process" at the conclusion of the nuclear summit as "surprisingly downbeat." But, given what's been coming...