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Given that this is the centenary of the outbreak of World War I, comparisons to pre-conflict Europe in 1914 are abounding. Most have little historical...

A Korean concession today advanced the U.S.-Korea free trade agreement (FTA), which was originally inked under George W. Bush but that stalled under Obama’s guidance....

Most veterans have spent a Thanksgiving on duty. Many have spent Thanksgiving overseas. Some -- a growing number -- have spent it on alert or...

North Korea doesn’t have a whole lot going for it beyond a large army and a nuclear arsenal. So it should be no surprise that...

Earlier this week, I was in Dallas to participate in events surrounding the groundbreaking of the George W. Bush Presidential Center, which will include his...

Don't be president, then. "Obama miffed by questions on U.S." Don't think Dems fail to grasp how toxic ObamaCare is. "A leading Senate Democrat vowed Friday...

Obama's international endeavors are going about as well as his party's electoral efforts. The latest flop: "The presidents of the U.S. and South Korea were unable to...

This Week is a sort of media car wreck. It is invariably a display of terrible journalism -- so much so that you can't help...

One of the reasons that political science is such an inexact discipline is the difficulty of experimentation. If you want to test, say, a drug, you...

As the President and Vice President whine about the whining of their shrinking “base,” as being insufficiently appreciative of the superhuman efforts to confront our problems,...

It's about loyalty and persistence: "Fifty-seven years ago, an armistice ended the fighting in Korea — another unpopular conflict, far bloodier than the Iraq war,...

Fox’s Gretchen Carlson was too aggressive in her interview with Obama's press secretary, Robert Gibbs, but it did allow Gibbs to display his unparalleled snideness...