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Has anyone noticed what's been happening with the media coverage of Iraq? It's not, just, that it's become more positive: it's that there's simply...

Local media outlets have been curiously silent about a story reported by Haaretz involving last month’s discovery in a Yad Vashem archive of a previously...

Under the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stands guilty of incitement to genocide....

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s claim that “we don’t have homosexuals in Iran” should be taken, like his wish to wipe Israel off the map, as a serious...

“The government's ability to eavesdrop on terrorism suspects overseas allowed the United States to obtain information that helped lead to the arrests last week of...

Human Rights Watch (HRW) is capable of great feats of productivity when it wishes to draw a crowd to an international crisis. Especially, it goes...

It is ironic that just as the death of the distinguished Holocaust historian Raul Hilberg is announced, the media here and abroad should broadcast news...

Has the surge already failed? That’s the impression you get from the MSM. The reality on the ground is a little different. Although the last...

On Sunday, France will hold its first round of balloting for a new president. This is the last in a series of three posts on...

I've been traveling around Iraq for more than a week, spending time with U.S. forces. One constant is complaints about the news media. "Why doesn't...

In his article in the April issue of COMMENTARY, Arthur Herman has provided a valuable service by increasing awareness of David Galula and the French...