Post Archive

July 9, 2012

The release of a report on the legality of Israel’s presence in the West Bank commissioned by Prime Minister Netanyahu is being widely dismissed by...

In a transparent effort to pre-empt Republican arguments about tax cuts, President Obama unveiled a proposal today for a one-year cut for all Americans making...

As the Arab Spring drifts away from its democratic promise, there is one place in the Middle East where democracy is proving both resilient and...

Max Boot is correct to call for the designation of the Haqqani Network as a terrorist group, but he does not go far enough in...

Last month, MoveOn.org joined a chorus of liberals and Democrats pleading with New York Democrats not to nominate Charles Barron for a safe New York...

As the recent documentary film “UN Me” proved, the line between satire and reality at the United Nations is razor thin. There is no shortage...

According to a new poll for The Hill, two-thirds of likely voters say President Obama has kept his 2008 campaign promise to change America—but it’s...

Jeff Dressler of the Institute for the Study of War--one of the best Afghanistan analysts out there--has an excellent question in this Weekly Standard article:...

Yasser Arafat was famous for perfecting a style of diplomacy that could win him accolades from naive Westerners without having to make a single concession...

This appears to be the heyday of American-educated professors in the Middle East. Mohammed Morsi, an engineering Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, is...

A USA Today/Gallup poll of 12 swing states doesn’t tell us much we didn’t already know about the presidential race. It’s very tight, with President...

Last week, I had the honor to lecture aboard the USS Jason Dunham, our nation’s newest guided missile destroyer, somewhere in the North Atlantic. The...