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north korea

“The U.S. has been talking to North Korea, and paying them extortion money, for 25 years,” President Donald Trump averred on Wednesday. “Talking is not...
Kashmir

India, the world’s largest democracy, has long faced a persistent terrorist challenge from Pakistan, a country whose leaders seek to distract their public from their own failings...
Iran-China

If Secretary of State John Kerry’s goal was to end Iran’s isolation, he certainly has succeeded. In November 2015, there was the visit of Iran’s...
India with Israel

European officials and European civil society often like to think of themselves as the pinnacle of human rights and morality. In reality, Europe has become...

The Churchill analogies flew fast and furious around Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to a joint session of the U.S. Congress. The prompt: until...

Writing in Foreign Affairs last week, Rory Miller made the classic mistake of using accurate facts to jump to an erroneous conclusion. He gleefully pronounced...

Narendra Modi, the new prime minister of India, promised in his campaign to clean up the notoriously slovenly ways of the Indian bureaucracy. According to...

It is an odd experience to be abroad on the Fourth of July--especially in a place as remote as Nepal. No fireworks, no barbecues (except...

You can't accuse Pakistan's leaders of not having a sense of humor. It is downright laughable to see the government in Islamabad unveiling a new...

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...

Indian officials have arrested an Indian journalist freelancing for Iran’s state Islamic Republic News Agency in the assassination attempt on an Israeli diplomat in New...

President Obama, after his ill-conceived outreach to Iran, has yet to learn the lesson each of his predecessors also learned, be they Democrat or Republican: The...