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Anti-Semitism

Jonathan Neumann and I have written about allegations of anti-Semitism within the Oxford University Labour Club (OULC). It’s co-chair, Alex Chalmers, resigned after the club...

After watching President Obama’s press conference, Democrats who are still left standing must have been mortified. The depth of his self-delusion was stunning. To put things...

Jen references Michael Gerson's devastating Washington Post column in which he calls President Obama an intellectual snob. Equally interesting, I think, is a front-page...

Cliff May has an important piece on the West's reluctance to recognize the nature of the enemy we face: We Americans are uncomfortable with such ideas...

The Financial Times published a piece, “Don’t Be So Sure Invading Iraq Was Immoral,” written by Professor Nigel Biggar of Oxford, a leading theologian and...

Christopher Hitchens is out hawking his book with tales of his Oxford escapades. Alas, now "he’s a Dorian-Gray picture of his former self invoking the memory...

Political and policy debates in America are too often conducted either with soundbites or speeches. There is not much tradition in this country of Oxford-style...

After Ted Kennedy’s endorsement, the only question is when Al Gore will throw his support behind Barack Obama. Don’t think for a moment that Gore isn’t...

The Guardian reports that today the British government will suggest that British universities reject demands from Muslim students seeking separate facilities for prayer and ritual...

Answer honestly: what would bother you more, waking up with a toothache or waking up to read a headline in the newspaper about an ongoing...

I admire Christopher Hitchens as a fierce critic of Islamist violence, and his thunderbolts against organized religion are unfailingly entertaining. But he makes a couple...

I recently wrote about the Oxford Union's upcoming debate on the Middle East, which was scheduled to take place tonight. The motion to be debated...