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May 20, 2014

Last week’s nuclear talks between Western negotiators and representatives of Iran concluded on Friday with no discernable sign of progress toward an agreement that would...

The German government’s publicly expressed discomfort with a visit by Recep Tayyip Erdogan--Turkey’s increasingly authoritarian, anti-Semitic premier--will be familiar to those who have covered Erdogan’s...

Spain has recently attempted to woo back the descendants of Jews who were expelled from the country in 1492. The offer of citizenship to those...

Today, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney sought to partially walk back his statement yesterday in which he said President Obama learned about the growing...

Today’s primaries in six states across the nation are providing a multiplicity of narratives, but the most popular is the one in which the Tea...

What's bad policy may sometimes be good politics. So it proved in Iraq where Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has presided over a disastrous collapse of...

A reliable indicator of the troubled start to the age of ObamaCare is how much President Obama complains about the attention paid to his signature...

Haaretz reported yesterday that if the Palestinian Authority’s planned Fatah-Hamas unity government actually arises, the U.S., like the European Union, will probably recognize it. Since...