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Vietnam

I was busy Memorial Day with my family, culminating in the traditional hamburger dinner. But all the while I was haunted by the images I...
Vietnam

Once again, President Barack Obama has forged a “new way forward” with a former Cold War adversary. In the process of “unshackling” his fellow countrymen...
Vietnam

Having visited Vietnam a couple of times in the last four years, most recently in March, I fully approve of the steps that President Obama...
War crimes

Israeli politics has been shaken by the case of Corporal Elor Azariah, an army medic who was videotaped calmly shooting a Palestinian who was lying...
Vietnam

This weekend, President Obama is visiting Vietnam. This should serve as a timely opportunity to contemplate the disturbing tendency of the United States to leave...
Climate Change

It might have fallen off the front pages in the United States, but negotiators in Paris are hard at work cobbling together a global transference...
European Union

The deputy prime minister of Vietnam visited Israel on Wednesday, prompting Jerusalem Post reporter Herb Keinon to delve into some fascinating trade statistics. Bilateral trade...
Greatest threat to national security

I was struck by a quotation from a retired Vietnamese general in this New York Times article about the rapid warming of relations between the...

In his column today, George Will writes this: The last eleven years have been filled with hard learning. The 2003 invasion of Iraq, the worst foreign-policy...

November 11--once know as Armistice Day in commemoration of the end of World War I, now known as Veterans Day--is always a solemn occasion on...

Between 1975 and 1979, the Khmer Rouge ravaged Cambodia, killing between one and two million people before its murderous regime was ousted by a Vietnamese...

There's a lot to chew over in the new international survey from the Pew Global Attitudes Project. The headline on Pew's own website leads with...