Post Archive

February 7, 2011

A handful of Republican presidential hopefuls are heading to Iowa to address a conference of social conservatives next month, and Rep. Ron Paul has signed...

The debate between those who embrace the possibility of democracy in Egypt and those who recoil in fear at the idea of an Islamist “Muslim...

On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal devoted a fascinating article by David Feith that included an interview with the heroic Soviet dissident Natan Sharansky (Rick...

Conservatives are divided over how to view the situation in Egypt. Some have taken the more prudent stance that the U.S. needs to help steer...

While most of the world is riveted by the ongoing drama of the revolt in Egypt, there’s no distracting those who are obsessed by the...

The New START treaty took effect last week, commemorated in a ceremony featuring Hillary Clinton and her Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov. The Russians, emerging from...

When Frank Wisner said at the Munich Security Conference that his old friend Hosni Mubarak "must stay in office" to oversee a transition, it was...

The field for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination is full of imperfect candidates. Mitt Romney, the Republican front-runner according to the most recent Rasmussen poll,...

The Washington Post editorial-page editor, Fred Hiatt, has joined others in pointing out that the situation in Egypt is a vindication of President Bush’s freedom...

Egypt has dominated the news for the last few weeks -- understandably so. The events taking place there are of great importance not only for...

At the Munich Security Conference on Saturday, Prime Minister David Cameron delivered a significant speech on what he calls “the doctrine of state multiculturalism.” Mr. Cameron...

Last summer, the NAACP passed a resolution that charged the Tea Party movement with racism, despite a lack of evidence to support this claim. Ironically, the...