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Norman Podhoretz

Norman Podhoretz

Norman Podhoretz is former editor-in-chief of Commentary.

Iraq Ware

In honor of the events of the South Carolina primary, we present an abridged version of Norman Podhoretz's article in our December 2005—yes, December 2005—issue, "Who...

Whenever Barack Obama says, as he often does, that another war in the Middle East is the only alternative to the deal he is making...

Along with the outbreak of the new war in Iraq has come a ferocious debate over who is to blame. Is it George W. Bush...

This year marks the 50th anniversary of possibly the most controversial but certainly the most notorious piece ever published in COMMENTARY from that day to this....

Editor's note: The latest IAEA report, confirming that Iran has been researching and developing technologies used specifically in the production of nuclear weapons, has sharpened...

In my new book, Why Are Jews Liberals?, I argue that it no longer makes any sense for so many of my fellow Jews to...

The obituaries got most of the facts right: that Irving Kristol’s death at the age of 89 marked the passing of one of the most...

Is there a threat to Israel from the United States under Barack Obama? The question itself seems perverse. For in spite of the hostility to...

Is there a threat to Israel from the United States under Barack Obama? The question itself seems perverse. For in spite of the hostility to...

On June 24, 2002, George W. Bush, having already become the first American President to come out openly and officially for the establishment...

An editorial that appeared today in the New York Sun goes a long way toward straightening out the record on what it calls “a kerfuffle...

Up until a fairly short time ago, scarcely anyone dissented from the assessment offered with “high confidence” by the National Intelligence Estimate [NIE]...