Post Archive

November 4, 2013

The panic from the administration and the foreign-policy establishment about the possibility that Congress will act to strengthen sanctions against Iran is hard to understand....

It's expensive to do what we do. To publish a magazine and a website that advocates for America and the West. To defend and promote...

It’s easy to imagine the Obama administration advisors and speechwriters who left the White House before the disastrous launch of ObamaCare grappling with a mix...

When Secretary of State John Kerry pushed Israel and the Palestinian Authority to agree to nine months of peace talks earlier this year, his decision...

The Palestinian Authority has long been criticized--and justifiably so--for claiming to favor co-existence with Israel while promulgating school textbooks that define all of the land...

Confidence-building is the bread-and-butter of diplomacy, or at least Western diplomacy. It has been at the heart of American proposals to advance the Middle East...

The narrative of tomorrow’s off-year election seems already to be set. In New Jersey, Chris Christie will win a landslide that will confirm his status...

Ryan Crocker has an op-ed in the New York Times today arguing that talking with Iran works. He bases his argument on his experience in...

The Hamas-Fatah civil war’s impact on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process has long been a blind spot for reporters who seek to cover the conflict as...

Today marks the 34th anniversary of the seizure of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran by revolutionaries answering to Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. The United States had...

It scarcely seems possible, but Edward Snowden gets more odious by the day. It's bad enough that he has leaked to the world top-secret details...

The CIA notched another kill on its score sheet in the war on terror. The latest terrorist kingpin to be hunted down and eliminated by...