Post Archive

January 28, 2011

Ministers being forced to resign. The army in the streets. Bloody clashes in major cities. The ruling party headquarters in ashes. Events in Egypt have...

The president just said he told Hosni Mubarak he needed to move toward reforms and address grievances. One might say that it was the most...

J.E. Dyer’s reaction to my post on the "Sputnik moment" theme prompts this reflection: as a conservative, you can cite examples like the academy’s treatment...

Elliott Abrams gets to the heart of why the Obama administration has been caught flat-footed by the recent revolts in the Arab world: U.S. officials talked...

In 2006, the Chinese reportedly used an anti-satellite weapon (ASAT) to blind one of our satellites. In 2007, they definitely used an ASAT to shoot...

How about the president, who claims a unique affinity with the Muslim world, actually taking at least a modestly advisory role when it comes to...

Robert Gibbs, the outgoing White House press spokesman, is not covering his departing head with glory as he speaks about the Egypt crisis. It's certainly...

Some of Mitt Romney’s most influential supporters during his 2008 presidential campaign told Politico that they haven’t yet decided whether they’ll back his 2012 run,...

I've been watching TV and reading the news and following everything I can about Egypt today. And what's clear is ... nothing. Changing channels and...

Navies and merchant fleets the world over are watching the riots in Egypt with concern. Friday’s news that protesters have attacked the main police station...

Tunisia's transition government is creating black lists of long-serving officials to be expelled from the government, which covers most of the people who have experience...

Despite the fact that we are still fighting two wars, even many Republicans (especially some of the new Tea Party members) in Congress seem ready...