The Israel lobby controversy shows how some substitute character assasination for serious debate. American national interests suffer.
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Given rising demand and dwindling supplies, consuming nations should look south and east.
The more things seem to change, the more relevant are the lessons of the past.
Five years ago, the Arab state was the problem. Now it is seen as the solution.
In a volatile region of the world like South Asia, principled realism, not sloganeering, should guide U.S. policy.
Without quick mediation, the politicization of religion could lead to conflict.
In the 21st century, it is the businessman who has no nationality.
Protectionist measures endanger America's financial well-being.
The EU has "unilateralist" ambitions.
Everyone always wants to be like Sweden. What happens whenthe socialist paradise fails.
A plausible scenario for a Sino-American clash in the Taiwan Strait.
India and China's Great Game in the Gulf.
Kosovo may be far far away from China-but its fate is on Beijing's mind.
Conrad Black responds to Robert Tucker and David Hendrickson
A structural shift in energy markets creates new geopolitics.
Kyoto is upside down; America needs a sensible energy policy to fight global warming.
On his landmark visit to Saudi Arabia, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared the two countries partners, not rivals. Last year, Flynt Leverett and Pierre Noel discussed Russian energy strategy.