Post Archive

November 12, 2013

The five-year-long dance between the Clintons and President Obama has always been an interesting show, but never more so than now as the runner-up in...

Reactions to the Pew Study on American Jewish life that I discussed in the cover story of COMMENTARY’s November issue are still pouring in. They...

Noam Scheiber’s story on Elizabeth Warren’s prospects for the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries has touched off this week’s non-Chris Christie related 2016 speculation. Politico followed,...

China and Israel may not have much in common, but that hasn’t stopped the Jewish state from working hard to better ties with the world’s...

The devastation in the Philippines has prompted various nations to provide aid. Reuters has a rundown on what a number of countries are doing. The U.S....

The administration is in full damage-control mode today as the failure of Secretary of State John Kerry’s attempt to make a nuclear deal with Iran...

Keeping up to date on all the ObamaCare revelations, one could be forgiven for wondering: Is anything the administration has said about the health-care reform...

Two items from Politico’s Morning Defense Roundup caught my eye today. Item 1: “As Typhoon Haiyan's devastation became painfully clear yesterday, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel ordered...

A major topic of this year’s General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America is how to combat assimilation. At the conference, which is...

I and many others have written for quite some time about the erosion of democracy, liberalism, tolerance, and constitutionalism inside Turkey. Many liberals and reformers...