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One of the big questions surrounding the Goldstone report is whether the Israeli government made a mistake by refusing to cooperate with the mission. It...

The subheading of the Economist’s new “Facing up to China” article reads, “Making room for a new superpower should not be confused with giving way...

George Gilder has been one of our most interesting and important public intellectuals since the 1970s, so his pro-China commentary today in the Wall Street...

The first year of the Obama presidency has been long on appeasement and apologies and very short on principled foreign-policy stands. This hasn’t done either...

The Obama administration deserves credit for finally ending its kowtowing to Beijing. As the New York Times notes, the administration has recently raised the ire...

Those who wondered how Climategate and Himalayagate would affect public opinion need look no further. A new study released today by Yale and George Mason...

Tuesday, January 12 was a hard day for Thomas Friedman. Or at least it turned into one. That morning, the New York Times ran Friedman’s...

Google’s decision last week to stop censoring in China pointed international attention toward netizens, who have become increasingly bold in advocating for human rights and...

Beijing is ready to say good-bye to Google. Wang Chen, China's State Council Information Office minister, has responded to Google’s principled threat to pull out...

Google’s virile decision to stop cooperation with Chinese censors struck a pretty contrast yesterday with Hillary Clinton’s near-simultaneous speech at the East-West Center. While...

For the past two decades the Communist government of China has managed the unique trick of expanding its economy while maintaining its iron grip on...

On Face the Nation, there was some serious talk as to why the Christmas Day bombing is so perilous for the Obama team. It is...