Post Archive

November 16, 2010

Amid all the constant clamor about the plight of the Palestinians, the conspicuous lack of concern on the part of both foreign and local Arab...

There is an art that the best State Department functionaries master: to take hard questions that present troubling facts or contradictions in policy and to...

Jackson Diehl moderated a panel on the administration's human-rights policy. A human-rights activist from Burma (Win Min), Michele Dunne from the Carnegie Endowment for International...

At the second day of the Foreign Policy Initiative's 2010 forum, the administration's representatives were there to soothe and to stress bipartisanship, which they carried...

A study by David Brady of Stanford and the Hoover Institution leaves us in no doubt: At least 20 seats on November 2 were lost...

Those darn markets have minds of their own. The Fed's scheme to print cash and buy $600 billion in bonds aims to drive up the...

You have to appreciate the irony. The Palestinians -- who have made photo propaganda and falsification a central part of their anti-Israel efforts -- are...

Citing “Palestinian sources,” Ynet reports the Palestinians expect their own package of U.S. guarantees and financial incentives to persuade them to return to talks intended...

In yesterday’s post, I explained why a settlement freeze decreases Palestinian motivation to make a deal by ensuring that foot-dragging entails no price. But conventional...

"Campaigning is different than governing," President Obama told reporters during his return flight from Asia this weekend. When asked about his meeting with GOP leaders...

COMMENTARY contributor Bret Stephens identifies the cumulative danger posed by an administration obsessed by multilateralism and possessing many false and bad ideas about international affairs: Last...

The Palestinians' response to the Obami-inspired 90-day settlement moratorium offer simply reinforces the foolishness of the endeavor: An Arab League official said Monday that a possible three-month-long...