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A familiar introspection set in after the horrific terrorist attack on a concert in Manchester, England. True to form, celebrities and provocateurs flew to their...
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The rise of China as an economic and, perhaps, military power has for more than two decades dominated strategic conversations in Washington and New York,...
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Wednesday’s announcement that Guinea is resuming ties with Israel almost half a century after severing them is a nontrivial piece of good news. Granted, Guinea...

My post yesterday on foreign and domestic criticism of President Obama's so-called pivot to Asia elicited responses including those that faulted me for focusing on...

 In advance of President Obama’s four-nation Asian tour this week, the Washington Post published an article saying this: President Obama’s bid to focus U.S. attention on Asia has failed...

Max’s questions about why John Kerry is paying far less attention to helping tamp down the tension in Asia are echoed throughout the region. On...

President Obama has taken a good deal of flack over the past few years over his cozy relationships with some undesirable heads of state. There’s...

There are two great sources of frustrating irony for presidents seeking to leave their own policymaking legacy. The first is that they have far greater...

I have written here before to highlight the work of my colleague Sadanand Dhume, who has also penned this important piece for COMMENTARY a few...

Burma may very well play an outsized role in the success or failure of the Obama administration’s “pivot” to Asia--the White House’s attempt to undo...

Yesterday I quoted Ronald Reagan on the central role freedom and human rights should play in American foreign policy. Today I want to follow up...

Abe Greenwald unerringly fingers the new U.S.-Chinese nuclear-security center, announced by President Obama today, as a problematic idea. The proposed “Center of Excellence” (a 1990s-speak...