Over a decade ago Obama called Iraq a "dumb war." Is this one any smarter?
That’s the question that should haunt the American people as debate over Syria rages.
Congress, presently out of session, has many members clamoring for more consultation on an intervention.
There are better reasons to go to war in Syria, including under international law.
The architects of Iraq are back.
Direct opposition (outside the Security Council) will be minimal. But indirect replies could be unpleasant for America.
The season of aimless planning papers in foreign and defense policy is upon us.
Our nuclear forces are as ready as ever to keep the USSR in line.
The UK faces pressure from Spain and Argentina over Gibraltar and the Falklands.
A 2008 essay here by the controversial journalist ripped the media for living in a bubble of its own creation.
In providing documents to an organization dedicated to "the total annihilation of the current US regime," Manning committed treason.
The final salvo between proponents of dueling U.S.- China war strategies concludes.
Clumsy Congressional questioning squeezed the Director of National Intelligence into a dangerous corner.
Aid or not, Camp David isn't in danger.
Does anyone really believe that Miranda was engaged in what the act defines as proper grounds for detaining a suspect—the "instigation or propagation" of terrorism?
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