Post Archive

July 25, 2011

The Palestinian plan to go to the United Nations in September to ask it to recognize a Palestinian state inside the 1967 lines has been...

As I wrote last week, although the Iowa caucuses are not particularly accurate assessments of either party’s primary field, they can serve as a platform...

My vantage point on the terrible massacre in Norway comes from research I have been conducting on the history of guerrilla warfare and terrorism. Many guerrilla groups...

There are abundant reasons to oppose MSNBC’s reported decision to hire Al Sharpton for its 6 p.m. slot. His vile anti-Semitism, well-documented race-baiting, and shady...

Those in the mood for some good primary season political theater over the weekend got what they were looking for. Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann...

At last count, the death toll from the Oslo terror attack was at 93. That number includes dozens of children shot indiscriminately at a summer...

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is upping the ante in the spat he precipitated with Israel about the Mavi Marmara last year. On Saturday, Erdoğan issued...

Those wondering whether Rudy Giuliani will run for president again may find the answer on television. But the puzzle won’t be solved on any of...

As Harry Reid works on a Senate debt-ceiling plan, the Washington Examiner's Philip Klein suspects he will reach his "savings" by counting reduced spending from...

With eight days to go until the August 2 deadline to raise the deadline and with no solution apparently in sight, the spin contest is...

The Forward presents a sympathetic portrait of Richard Falk, the UN special rapporteur to the Palestinian territories, after he had embroiled himself in a scandal...