Did we learn nothing from the 1930s?
The foreign-policy establishment thinks Iran should concede nothing in negotiations.
At the eleventh hour, Paris refused to sign concessions to the "children of the revolution."
A war is being waged against Christians. Waiting for “Islam to police itself” is not a strategy.
No, America isn't committing "war crimes."
The Saudis have a point. Those words do not flow easily from my pen.
The Muslim world needs democracy and economic reform — on that, almost everyone agrees.
No one likes to be the skunk at the picnic but sometimes there’s no alternative: You just have to spray. That’s how I feel after reading a column by the Washington Post’s David Ignatius, a generally smart and sophisticated member of the foreign-policy elite.
With victories like these, who needs defeats?
In the long term, Russia's prospects look dim.
Vladimir Putin and I are about the same age and we went to college at about the same time. As a matter of fact, we went to college together. No, really.
Twelve years ago today, we were staring at smoking rubble in downtown Manhattan and at the Pentagon, counting the dead, wondering who had committed this atrocity and why, fearful of what they might do next, uncertain how to proceed. How far have we come since then?
It’s not just President Obama’s “red line” that Syrian dictator Bashar Assad has crossed. Civilized people have long set limits on armed conflicts.
A foreign dictator’s media operation, right in your living room.
A great and historic upheaval is taking place not just in Egypt but throughout the Muslim world.
The Solider of Allah is speaking truth to power. Power doesn't want to hear it.
I don’t dispute that shutting down diplomatic outposts for a few days was prudent. I do worry that, a dozen years after 9/11, America’s response to terrorism, applauded by Republicans and Democrats alike, is to turn out the lights and lock the doors.
By all accounts, the attack was planned with care and executed with precision. At two notorious Iraqi prisons, Abu Ghraib and Taji, al-Qaeda combatants last week used mortars, small arms, suicide bombers, and assault forces to free 400 prisoners, including several who had been on death row.
There is a lot we don’t know about Rouhani, but this much ought to be obvious: He is a political clergyman and a loyal acolyte of Ali Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme Leader and self-proclaimed “shadow of God upon Earth.”
How refreshing was it to hear Malala Yousafzai, a 16-year-old Pakistani girl, speaking from a U.N. podium last week, unequivocally and forthrightly denouncing the Taliban as terrorist and, for good measure, calling into question the courage and intelligence of its members?
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