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You knew this was coming: Facing increasing momentum behind a U.S.-backed bid for new sanctions against it, Iran is launching a broad diplomatic offensive aimed at...

Mark Steyn predicts future historians will marvel at the omission of any discussion of Iran at this week’s Nuclear Security Summit: For once, the cheap comparisons...

I am not alone in concluding that the Obami are fundamentally unserious about preventing the mullahs from acquiring nuclear weapons. The Wall Street Journal editors...

A Los Angeles Times news article notes that Obama’s blowup with Israel followed rebuffs in Lebanon, Syria, Iran, China, Saudi Arabia, and Brazil -- and...

Rick, in addition to omitting a text and timetable, the Obami are omitting China from their Iran sanction plans, to the consternation of our allies: The Obama administration...

Asked today about the apparent lack of progress in convincing Brazil or China of the need for additional sanctions against Iran, Asst. Secretary P.J. Crowley...

For those of us accustomed to watching the Obami try very hard to do as little as possible on Iran, this should come as no...

Two news reports from the last day highlight poignantly the paralysis of the West in the face of a nuclearizing Iran. One is a Washington...

The New York Times wonders what the American role in Haiti is going to be after the current disaster is dealt with. The sad reality...

The blogosphere is in an uproar over this week’s unprecedented conference for all of Israel’s “heads of mission” – ambassadors and consuls – in Jerusalem....

Mary Anatasia O'Grady writes on the elections in Honduras: Unless something monumental happens in the Western Hemisphere in the next 31 days, the big regional story...

If train wrecks really happened in slow motion, observers might have time to note carelessness and irrelevance in the human actors involved. Metaphorical train wrecks...