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John Podhoretz

John Podhoretz

John Podhoretz is the editor of Commentary.

Noah, I think your concern about the role of the United States as arbiter of the progress toward peace is a little misplaced. Clearly, it's far...

One of the reasons the commentariat is growing giggly with excitement about the Annapolis peace conference taking place over the next three days is the...

Condoleezza Rice has been rewarded for her decision to  reinvigorate the "peace process" with a worshipful piece in today's New York Times that charts her...

Mark Krikorian calls me a "pedantic bore" on National Review's The Corner for having had the temerity to point out that a "winking headline"...

Mark Krikorian, the leading theorist of immigration restriction in America, offers a surprising, but honest, implicit ackowledgement of how much his own vision of a walled-off America...

Rudy Giuliani has either stalled or fallen some in the polls over the last month, and questions are being raised about his campaign's "theory of...

We are six weeks away from the Iowa caucus, and as has frequently been the case, Republicans in the Hawkeye State are beginning to shine the...

The political class is awash in excitement -- a poll has just been released of Iowa voters showing Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in a...

...by James Wood, writing in the New Yorker about the new translation of War and Peace, which captures with gorgeous urgency the extraordinary contradictions of...

Andrew Trees has worked as a teacher at Horace Mann, the prestigious New York City private school, for six years. In 2006, he published a...

Sidney Blumenthal is leaving his perch at Salon.com, where he writes weekly about American politics and the neoconservative menace with all the subtlety of Buddy...

Newsweek and the Washington Post are celebrating the first anniversary of their joint website, "On Faith," which is billed as "A Conversation on Religion...