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Mike Flynn

Michael Flynn’s departure as national security adviser is a symptom of a White House in crisis. In truth, he should never have been hired in...

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....

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...

Commenting on Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak’s decision last week to buy 20 American-made F-35 fighter jets, Elliot Jager of Jewish Ideas Daily said it...

I usually don't tout Huffington Post columns, but a not-to-be missed one by Omid Memarian should be read in full. Bit by bit, Memarian chips...

Prior to this administration, Dennis Ross was an experienced negotiator who tried valiantly to reach a comprehensive peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians at Camp...

Ben Smith says that he was dubious about the Obama team's charm offensive with American Jews. After all, how could they be so foolish as...

Each day sees another member of the administration seeking to mollify critics of its Israel policy. The latest is Dan Shapiro. No, no, the Obama...

Michael Hirsh writes a lengthy piece on Hillary Clinton, confirming that she's not much of a secretary of state. But then we knew that from...

As J.E. Dyer pointed out, the Obama nuclear policy seems caught in a 1970s time warp -- a faint echo of the nuclear-freeze gang, which...

Over at Foreign Policy, Peter Feaver reviews from recent Washington Post and New York Times profiles on Hillary Clinton the pluses and minuses of her tenure as...

In a major speech on Friday at Chatham House, David Cameron set out how the Conservative party would approach the issue of national security should...