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December 12, 2013

Even before he became secretary of state earlier this year, John Kerry’s high opinion of his own talents was not exactly a secret. Thus, it...

EU foreign-policy chief Catherine Ashton made news today by declaring that Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych “intends” to finally sign a free-trade agreement with the European...

Prior to the signing of the nuclear deal with Iran, Congress seemed set to raise the pressure on Tehran with a new round of sanctions...

Administration officials have gotten a pasting this week as they’ve tried to convince Congress not to pass another round of even tougher sanctions on Iran....

In the lead-up to the high-stakes 2010 Senate election between Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid and his Republican challenger Sharron Angle, a curious drama unfolded...

That sound you hear is President Obama's Syria policy shattering into a million pieces. The latest sign of the ongoing catastrophe is the administration's decision...

It was a short sound bite but it was replayed endlessly yesterday, angering some conservatives and leaving liberals chortling. When House Speaker John Boehner was...

The opponents of the bipartisan budget deal oppose it for different reasons, and some of the opposition is undoubtedly based on principle. But some of...

As far as Secretary of State John Kerry is concerned, last Sunday's municipal elections in Venezuela resulted in an uncomplicated endorsement of Nicolas Maduro's regime....

Good grief.  Reacting to the budget deal agreed to by Representative Paul Ryan and Senator Patty Murray, Senator Rand Paul referred to it as "shameful." Senator Ted Cruz informed...

Norman Podhoretz, who has been writing for Commentary since 1953, has an op-ed today in the Wall Street Journal called "Strike Iran Now to Avert Disaster Later."...