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Joshua Muravchik wrote what I thought was a sharp and sensible item about Zbigniew Brzezinski here yesterday. Others disagree. Andrew Sullivan called Josh’s posting a...

The sorry spectacle of Israel's political system going through one financial scandal after another—the latest involves finance minister Abraham Hirchson, accused of embezzling large sums...

The battle has been joined for the soul of the British Conservative party in, of all places, that leading organ of the Left, the Guardian. Geoffrey...

In the most recent issue of the New York Review of Books, George Soros, the billionaire investor, philanthropist, amateur political scientist, and self-styled “stateless statesman,”...

In announcing that he would not seek a third term as France’s president, Jacques Chirac averred that he had devoted himself to “justice, progress, peace,...

Last week I gave a lecture at the London School of Economics titled “What’s Wrong with the United Nations?” I was honored by the presence...

According to Nicholas Kristof, writing in the New York Times last Sunday, American politicians, whether Republicans or Democrats, always bite their tongues when it comes...

Readers may recall the debate over the creation of Independent Jewish Voices, a new network of "independent" Jews in the UK. IJV's manifesto is first...

Time and again, the Bush administration has tried to hammer home the message: Iraq is not a sideshow but a central front in the jihad...

One can react in various ways to the unearthing by a Cambridge University researcher of a never-published 1937 article by Winston Churchill. This article, entitled...

The announcement last Tuesday by the State Department that, for a second straight year, the U.S. would decline to seek a seat on the UN...

The Teapacks are an Israeli pop group, said to be punk-influenced, whose music is no doubt as ghastly as that of all such groups—if music...