The left has grown up; the right is in danger of splitting up.
A Department of Justice memo asserts that the executive branch can unilaterally order U.S. citizens murdered without so much as a criminal charge.
The outgoing secretary of defense wasn't terrible, but he turned an uncritical eye on U.S. defense policy.
A strategic dialogue with Moscow might reveal new areas for cooperation.
Was she really that good?
The lessons of 1956 became much less relevant after 1967.
Many of the "new" challenges facing the world were around back then, too.
The former senator's performance was disappointing, but his old colleagues were trying to score points back home.
The most compelling argument for legal torture is actually both sloppy and dangerous.
Chuck Hagel's support of Eisenhower's handling of the 1956 Suez Crisis overlooks the American complacency that led to the war.
A United States-European Union free-trade proposal will be a big opportunity for the Obama administration.
The concepts of discretionary and mandatory spending are rather vague.
The outgoing secretary of state may not have had any headline-grabbing achievements, but she was still successful.
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