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Donald Trump is especially fond of illustrating his apprehension toward refugees fleeing violence, repression, and poverty in the Middle East and North Africa by citing...
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"Microaggression" has become a fashionable term in the academy, but it applies better in the realm of international relations, where American adversaries are constantly needling...

Anyone taking seriously the Palestinians’ current diplomatic offensive against Israel -- by way of a UN resolution on settlements and international recognition of Palestine as...

The tapes from conversations recorded in the Oval Office during the presidency of Richard Nixon have provided historians with a treasure trove of material giving...

You can’t “reset” diplomacy in a diplomatic ghost town. Here’s the New York Times on newly leaked cables sent from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow:...

The call by Democratic senators Chuck Schumer and Carl Levin for AIPAC to back passage of the stalled START treaty with Russia speaks volumes about...

Sen. Jon Kyl is enjoying an "I told you so" moment. He's been trying to slow the rush to a New START ratification vote, pleading...

What happens when the Democratic majority ends: "President Obama on Monday proposed a two-year freeze on federal pay, saying federal workers must sacrifice to reduce...

The comments of our top national security officials on the topic of Iran are becoming alarmingly incoherent. A case in point comes from Admiral Mike...

Eli Lake reports: A second leading Republican is opposing Senate ratification of the New START treaty based on classified intelligence that the arms pact cannot be...

Last week, Boris Nemtsov spoke to the Foreign Policy Initiative conference on the state of human rights in Russia and the need for the U.S....

Untangling fact from fiction and sneer from substance in a Maureen Dowd column is not a task for the fainthearted, especially when she wades into matters of...