Washington looks for 'existential threats' in all the wrong places.
The recent attack in Paris is representative of a native, home-grown terrorist threat—one that Europeans and Americans will have to address.
In the Middle East and elsewhere, we do not have the luxury of choosing our allies like dessert, based on our inclinations or whether we happen always to like what they say. The Muslim Brotherhood merits our attention.
Examining the Muslim Brotherhood objectively and in light of its relationship with other currents is a necessary first step in facing up to our challenges in the Middle East.
We must prepare for the ultimate threat to nations. Thoughts from one of America’s leading grand strategists.
The Islamic Army is calling for negotiations with America—pointing the way to evicting the jihadists.
European politicians suggest a focus on the "common Persian enemy" and an outreach to former Ba’ath members could splinter the insurgency, create an Iraqi unity government and allow America's exit.
President Bush's immigration reform proposal-the centerpiece of which would be to grant legal status to millions of undocumented workers in a "temporary worker" program-has a number of flaws.
A tale of Mexican-American romance and disappointment, with proposals preferred to save a friendship.
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