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June 12, 2013

Despite Secretary of State John Kerry’s attempt to revive it, the Middle East peace process remains dead in the water with almost no one believing...

The bipartisan immigration reform seems to have gathered momentum in recent weeks, but the path to eventual passage is by no means clear. As Seth...

When UN rapporteur Richard Falk blamed the Boston Marathon bombing on Israel and on America’s “global domination project,” it renewed a longstanding debate. Was Falk...

Renegade NSA techie Edward Snowden apparently seems to be extending his campaign to do as much damage as possible to America's national security. It's not...

David Brooks’s most recent column on Edward Snowden is powerful and beautifully calibrated. Brooks refers to Snowden, who leaked top-secret information on the National Security...

After two years of assuming that while “Assad must go” there is no need for Western powers to do anything much to facilitate that outcome,...

Talk about collapsing standards. When Barack Obama ran for office, his promise wasn't that he'd simply improve our politics; he would transform them. He would...

This week HBO premiered Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer, the documentary on the infamous Russian feminist art-punk group imprisoned for “hooliganism” after staging a protest...

On the face of it what happened in March was an example of everything that is wrong with government. When asked a straightforward question about...

With the survival of his Syrian client looking more assured these days, Russian President Vladimir Putin turned his gaze to Iran. In a televised session...