Post Archive

July 11, 2013

The news today from Egypt ought to send a shiver down the spines of all Americans. The protests of millions of Egyptians against the Brotherhood...

Ever since the Supreme Court ruled last month that Congress must revise the implementation of the Voting Rights Act, we’ve been getting a steady stream...

Three of the foreign policy analysts I esteem the most--Robert Kagan, Elliott Abrams, and John McCain--argue that Egypt has just experienced a military coup and...

Lakhdar Brahimi, the former Algerian foreign minister, has since August 2012 been both the Arab League and United Nations special envoy to Syria. That United...

Chinese dissident and human rights activist Chen Guangcheng got a taste of American partisan politics almost immediately after appealing to the U.S. for asylum last year....

For the better part of two decades, China has paid nothing and benefited greatly from the American willingness to secure international waterways and police the...

A new survey by the Pew Forum shows that Americans continue to hold the military in high regard, with more than three-quarters of U.S. adults...

Over the weekend, the New York Times had a fascinating piece about the quick development of driverless cars, and the implications for urban areas: Imagine a...

The prevailing narrative about our contemporary political situation for liberals is that it is conservatives and Republicans who oppose compromise on every front. While that...

Given how many accounts have been published of yesterday’s closed door meeting of the House Republican Caucus to talk about immigration reform, it might have...

It’s never good to read the reports of the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction without having a bottle of antacid nearby. On July 8,...

There has been a strange new narrative emerging from the left seeking to blame congressional Republicans for not being more willing to save ObamaCare--and thus...