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All the way back in 2007, Lt. Col. John Nagl suggested, in a paper for the Center for New American Security, that it was time...

Seth Cropsey, a former deputy undersecretary of defense, has written a fine new book called Mayday, warning of the perilous decline of U.S. naval supremacy....

Say what you will about John McCain, he has an unerring instinct in a foreign crisis. He was right about the surge in Iraq. He...

I fully understand the dangers of what is happening in Egypt. I am as apprehensive as anyone about the possibility of the Muslim Brotherhood exploiting...

I sympathize with President Obama as he performs the extremely difficult act of dealing with Egypt's revolution-in-progress. I don't know that he is doing any...

The administration's handling of the Egypt crisis — as typified by the bizarre set of mixed messages sent by Secretary of State Clinton yesterday as...

Few moments in recent history have put political conservatism to the test like the ongoing uprising taking place in Egypt today. There are, after all,...

Ministers being forced to resign. The army in the streets. Bloody clashes in major cities. The ruling party headquarters in ashes. Events in Egypt have...

Despite the fact that we are still fighting two wars, even many Republicans (especially some of the new Tea Party members) in Congress seem ready...

Twenty years ago, Saddam Hussein's Scud rockets began to rain down on Tel Aviv. The specter of a chemical attack was Israel’s nightmare, because anthrax...

It's good to hear that the Afghan government and the international community are signing off on a plan to increase the size of the Afghan...

It looks like J Street’s new university chapter in Jerusalem, whose director’s anti-Israel statements have already ignited controversy, is taking more steps to align itself...