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August 20, 2013

An Egyptian court’s decision to order the release of former dictator Hosni Mubarak on the same day the new government arrested the spiritual leader of...

The battle between “idealism” and “Realpolitik” in the making of foreign policy is vividly on display now with regard to Egypt: “Idealists” (aka “neocons”) generally...

Since Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan invited Hamas to Istanbul in 2006, shortly after the Islamist terrorist organization won parliamentary elections in the Palestinian...

Katrina Trinko of National Review alerts us to the fact that during a question-and-answer session at a Montgomery County GOP dinner Monday night, Senator Ted...

Much of the best and fairest treatment of the use of drones in the war on terror that I have read comes in this Atlantic...

As I noted yesterday, the Palestinian Authority has good reason to try and keep coverage of the recently restarted peace talks with Israel under wraps....

In May, Senator Rand Paul criticized the Obama administration’s lack of discipline over the attack on the American mission in Benghazi. In particular, Paul claimed...

To a casual follower of the news, it would be easy to believe that Great Britain is turning into a police state and that among...

For many, the Egyptian army's crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood is reminiscent of both Muammar Gaddafi’s savagery in Libya and of the start of the...

Sometimes it’s hard to remember that a little more than a year ago Ted Cruz was just an underdog candidate for a Texas Senate seat...

Bahrain is a country that has a special place in my heart. The Bahrainis are—hands down—the warmest people in the Persian Gulf. The country is...

Judging by what the media’s been saying the last few weeks, the Republican Party is about to go over the cliff with another attempt to...