I have argued before that the tone and manner in which one practices politics are undervalued commodities, especially at a presidential level. The public looks...

If anything can be said to encapsulate the Obama administration’s sense of mission in the realm of foreign policy, it would be the repeated use...

The inauguration of a new president in January 2009 seemed to mark the close of an era for American foreign and security policy. Among the...

In December 2008, two weeks before Hamas abandoned the six-month lull in its rocket war against Israel, the founder and executive director of the new...

Big Bad Wolfe The Future of Liberalism by Alan Wolfe Knopf. 352 pp. $25.95 The liberal hour is at hand. A progressive Democratic President, an overwhelmingly Democratic...

To the Editor: In sounding the alarm about Barack Obama’s liberal ideology, Joshua Muravchik allows that “it is not unimaginable that he may rise ...

Among the first duties of the Obama presidency, all agree, is the restoration of America’s standing in the world. Poll after poll has shown...

In early January 2007, 71 percent of Americans said the Iraq war was going moderately badly to very badly. Indeed, the war had...

Introducing himself to the nation at the 2004 Democratic national convention, Barack Obama spoke not only of his black father, “born and raised...

Mussolini’s Ghosts? Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left from Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning by Jonah Goldberg Doubleday. 487 pp. $27.95 People ...

Over the past year, the Democratic candidates for President have settled on two core themes. One is that the Iraq war was a disastrous foreign-policy...

To the Editor: Joshua Muravchik criticizes Jimmy Carter’s views about the Middle East, but the fact is that no one has worked harder than Carter to...