Post Archive

May 27, 2014

The White House had egg on its face today. The news about the accidental outing of the name of the CIA station chief in Kabul,...

The huge gains made by far-right nationalist parties in the European Union elections last week have a lot of people on the continent and elsewhere...

The latest round of nuclear talks between the West and Iran ended earlier this month without the progress toward an agreement that many had anticipated....

The stories previewing President Obama’s upcoming foreign-policy address at West Point leaves the impression that the president might somehow just verbalize a word cloud of...

The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin, a Contentions alumna, did a three-part interview with Yuval Levin, Ramesh Ponnuru, and me on a new publication, Room To Grow, and...

Imagine if Teddy Roosevelt had not run himself against his protege William Howard Taft in 1912 but had sponsored another candidate who went on to...

Ever since Osama bin Laden's demise in 2011, President Obama's foreign policy has been moving in a dovish direction which, to the rest of the...

This week President Obama is expected to announce new regulations on carbon emissions that will have a potentially devastating impact on America’s more than 600...

Ta-Nehisi Coates's Atlantic cover essay making the case for reparations has something for everyone to like and to dislike, because a wise and serious depiction...