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Shortly after the Clinton administration ended and George W. Bush took office, and amidst the ashes of the Oslo process, Dennis Ross, Clinton’s Middle East...

The year started with seemingly glorious news from Egypt: tens of thousands of people rallying in Tahrir Square to demand the end of dictatorship and...

A high-ranking member of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood has come out and said that any new Egyptian government must end the three-decade-old peace treaty with...

There's not much more to say in a general sense about Michael Totten's badly needed reality check differentiating liberal democracies -- roughly, those that have...

At Pajamas Media, Michael Totten pointed out this excellent post today by Egyptian blogger Sandmonkey. The pro-democracy activist -- who was rumored to have been...

From a Bloomberg News article on turmoil in the Middle East: In Egypt, where Mubarak, 82, has been a dependable U.S. ally for 30 years, the...

Say what you will about John McCain, he has an unerring instinct in a foreign crisis. He was right about the surge in Iraq. He...

Maj. Gen. (Res.) Yaakov Amidror, who held several senior posts in the Israel Defense Forces, including head of the IDF division preparing Israel’s National Intelligence...

Some have noted that the situation in Egypt may mark the demise of Israel’s land-for-peace strategy. At the New York Post, Abby Wisse Schachter makes...

President Mubarak’s supporters have decided to instigate violence against the anti-government protesters. This ugly turn of events underscores why Mubarak must leave sooner rather than...

I sympathize with President Obama as he performs the extremely difficult act of dealing with Egypt's revolution-in-progress. I don't know that he is doing any...

Now more than ever, Jeane Kirkpatrick’s “Dictatorships & Double Standards” essay deserves to be read and pondered. If this isn’t the greatest essay COMMENTARY has...