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Last week I gave a lecture at the London School of Economics titled “What’s Wrong with the United Nations?” I was honored by the presence...

America's twenty-second Secretary of Defense came to prominence in the world of intelligence, having risen up through the ranks of the analytical division of the...

Well, in case you weren't absolutely certain, it's now official: Israel is the least-liked country in the world. A new BBC poll of the attitudes...

“In the morning at Yad Vashem, photos of the inhuman Warsaw Ghetto; in the afternoon, we go to the ghetto in Ramallah. It’s enough to...

I met Scooter Libby once or twice in the early 1990’s, when he held a high-ranking post in the Defense Department. On the last occasion,...

I agree with Max Boot that the administration’s deal with North Korea sounds like a sell-out. The giveaway was Condi Rice’s pledge of “tough diplomacy.”...

A few weeks ago I was at a dinner with a former Bush administration official who expressed concern that, with only two years left in...

"This is the first time I’ve ever been called a liar," said former President Jimmy Carter during his much-ballyhooed foray into the lion’s den of...

In this morning's New York Times, Michael B. Oren remarks, in an op-ed entitled "What if Israel and Syria Find Common Ground?," that in the...

Yesterday I reported on how the Washington Post’s Karen DeYoung managed to spin the release of Freedom House's Freedom in the World 2007 as an...