Philandering, gaffe-prone, possibly corrupt—and very effective.
We've managed to pit China and Russia against us—a poor foreign policy move.
Journalistic coverage of the NSA revelations has hardly been worthy of the Pulitzer.
Wary at first, neoconservatives are stepping up the pressure on the Kentucky senator.
The Kentucky senator should be pleased with all the attention he's been getting—even when it's negative.
Harming merit-based pay, flexible work arrangements,
The tough years are coming to an end—yet the United States continues to fade abroad.
Good and bad ideas.
Washington is oblivious.
The law and politics of denying Iran's prospective UN ambassador a visa.
The case for 41.
Putting the confessed spy on the table in the peace talks was always a bad idea.
Banks are afraid to release the Iranian money promised in the deal.
Why the alliance moved east—against its own interests.
The healthcare law has found new momentum—but it hasn't assured its permanence.
Follow The National Interest