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John Bolton has a superb opinion piece in the Los Angeles Times today reminding us that Lebanon is a nearer prospective loss to liberalism than...

If 2010 was a bad year for J Street, 2011 looks like it’s shaping up to be even worse. In the past week, the organization...

In an interview with the Spectator (UK), Ambassador Paul Wolfowitz makes some insightful observations as they relate to the revolution now unfolding in parts...

It looks like the feud between Michael Oren and J Street has been re-opened after the Israeli ambassador to the U.S. took a shot at...

In the New York Post today, I argue that the Egyptian street revolution will bring to an end the decades-long argument that the causes of...

In a private meeting with British MEPs on Tuesday, U.S. Ambassador to Britain Louis Susman is reported to have said: “Washington wants a clearer British...

Somehow it’s hard to get too worked up about the formalized rituals of the State of the Union when real news is happening half a...

Elliott Abrams writes that Hezbollah’s power grab in Lebanon is a “consequential event” -- reflecting the continuing reduction of American influence in the Middle East...

As the situation goes from bad to worse in Lebanon, there are odd little signs. Chief among them are the comments made by Saudi Foreign...

Since the introduction of global sanctions against Iran last year, encompassing 33 countries, Switzerland has defied the West, including the Obama administration and the EU,...

The street riots in Tunisia could lead to a democratic revolution, but they could also lead to the rise of an extremist government, like the...

As Alana noted this morning, Jeffrey Feltman, the former U.S. ambassador to Lebanon, wrote a devastating letter to the New York Times, expressing his irritation...