Posts Tagged

Europe

Israel

Though Israel’s diplomatic situation has improved remarkably, there’s been one glaring and nontrivial exception: Europe. Hence, it’s encouraging to discover that even in Europe, patient,...
NATO

When did the Cold War end? Ask the average American, and you’re likely to get a variety of responses. Was it when the Berlin Wall...

In the new COMMENTARY podcast, John Podhoretz, Abe Greenwald, and Noah Rothman examine how President-elect Donald Trump has managed to drive his allies—both Republican and...
terror

Following last week’s terror attack in Nice, a Belgian Jewish organization issued a highly unusual statement charging that, had European media not spent months “ignoring”...
NATO

The NATO summit on July 7-8 in Warsaw was overshadowed by the terrible shooting of the police officer in Dallas, among other events. But it...
Libya

Warning of potential terrorist attacks throughout that continent, the State Department has issued a travel alert for Europe. Such moves are a sobering indication of...
Israel

Like every major Islamist attack in Europe, last week’s terror attacks in Brussels left many Israelis wondering whether Europeans will finally understand what Israel faces....
ISIS

It was not long ago — in 2013 to be precise -- that Edward Snowden’s revelations had created hysteria about NSA surveillance in both the...
ISIS

To hear former CIA Director Mike Morell tell it, the West’s campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is a losing one. “They're...
Donald Trump

The symbolism of the fateful 1989 summit between President George H. W. Bush and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev off the coast of Malta wasn’t lost...
Europe

Since the end of the Second World War, American policy makers have occupied themselves with a problem of perennial urgency: can Europe be “fixed?” As...
Europe

In January 2012, the Obama administration decided to bring home two of the four U.S. Army Brigade Combat Teams stationed in Europe. This was a...