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January 17, 2014

"I think he has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades."  --Bob Gates on Joe...

Imagine that a health insurance company chose a random sample of payments made to its claimants and found that 10.1 percent of them should not...

President Obama's speech on NSA reform had all the hallmarks of his administration—and, not coincidentally, of his hyper-analytical, aloof, and cerebral personality. The endless, quasi-public policy...

More than 13 months after the Newtown massacre, gun control remains at the top of the liberal agenda. But resistance to more restrictions on gun...

Is Turkey a state sponsor of terrorism? Admittedly, that is a provocative question. Long ago, the White House and State Department corrupted the list of...

The lack of outrage directed at Harry Reid’s procedural shenanigans has always been more than simply an indication of the hypocrisy of the mainstream media...

Egyptians have gone to the polls over recent days in order to cast their vote in a referendum with regard to a new constitution. According...

If diplomacy is war by other means, the Europeans have been taking to the diplomatic warpath amidst an increasingly strident attitude toward Israel and its...

In today’s New York Times, the paper’s editorial column addresses the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the Benghazi terror attack and draws some strong conclusions...

Turkey, at the beginning of 2014, looks remarkably different than Turkey just a year ago. Certainly, the luster has worn off Prime Minister Recep Tayyip...

Israeli defense minister Moshe Ya’alon violated the first rule of diplomacy--always compliment the emperor on his wardrobe, and limit your comments to concerns about his well-intentioned but...

Earlier this week, Emanuele Ottolenghi asked “Why the Secrecy” about the Iran deal, a reference to the Obama administration keeping the implementation agreement of the...