Post Archive

May 12, 2014

With the P5+1 nuclear talks set to resume again in Vienna tomorrow, many observers are sensing optimism that a deal with Iran is within reach....

You have to hand it to Vladimir Putin. Sure, he's immoral, corrupt, despicable, tyrannical. But he's also a power politician of the first order, and...

The Obama administration’s “hashtag diplomacy” has been under criticism for some time, though condemnation of its participation in the campaign to rescue the girls kidnapped...

If there was one reason why House Democrats have finally decided that they had no choice but to take part in the House Select Committee...

The problem of Islamist extremism among the opposition groups in Syria has become a major rallying cry for President Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria and...

Last week, I wrote about the Vassar chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine, which quoted an anti-Semitic author, writing for an anti-Semitic publication, to...

Yesterday Senator Marco Rubio made it clear on ABC’s This Week that he is seriously considering running for president in 2016. That Rubio’s been thinking about...

Building on Tom Wilson's fine post on the creation of the Foundation for Constitutional Government's new website devoted to the writings of Irving Kristol (irvingkristol.org), I thought...

On Friday afternoon, Tablet’s Yair Rosenberg posted a corrective calling the Economist to account for its latest falsehood about Jews. In a review of a...