Post Archive

July 5, 2011

Despite a flurry of signs the Obama administration may be having difficulty maintaining its support from Jewish donors after his '67 borders speech, a new Gallup...

A few months ago, I visited Taiwan, and received a hair-raising briefing at its defense ministry on how the military balance is shifting in favor...

On ABC's "This Week", George Will was on a panel with Georgetown University's Michael Eric Dyson, Harvard's Jill Lepore, and Time magazine's Richard Stengel, all...

In the L.A. Times today, I attempt to defend what to many will seem indefensible--i.e., "nation-building." Bashing nation building has become a standard, mom-and-apple pie...

One great mystery of the Palestinian Authority’s bid for recognition as a state in September is why reputable agencies like the World Bank and the...

I spent much of the past two weeks in Australia, where the Australian government’s ban on live cattle exports to Indonesia was headline news. Beef...

Yes, these sort of rumors tend to surface during presidential reelection campaigns, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're always unfounded. After all, President George W. Bush...

Just short of four months ago, I wrote a short piece here expressing concern about Hezbollah’s infiltration of Beirut’s Rafic Hariri International Airport. The airport...

For the last two months, much of the international community as well as friends of Israel have been in an uproar over the prospect the...

The problem with so many realists is they allow ideological blinders to get in the way of both evidence and dispassionate analysis. Gen. Brent Scowcroft has...