The media are far less critical of Edward Snowden and his allies than they should be.
Neither side will cease to exist anytime soon. They might as well learn to live with each other.
How America should handle recent rough patches.
One of the twenty-first century's most important pairs is in a rough patch after a consular official's arrest.
A recent vote suggests it's now acceptable to support closure of the controversial detention facility.
A promising new technology could make uranium enrichment a lot more efficient—and easier to hide.
One might begin to get the impression that this is all futile.
New regulatory guidance effectively admits that the law is a source of trouble, and one from which Americans are entitled to relief.
Was the American Studies Association right to break with Israel?
He might not win, but he can make it hard for others to pick up socially conservative voters.
Polls show optimism falling and worries rising—and politicians don't seem to have the answers.
Are Iran, Russia and China an axis burrowing away beneath the foundations of the international system?
The NSA defector abandons his claimed patriotic motives and grovels at the feet of a foreign government.
The surge might have been Obama's biggest mistake abroad—and she pushed it to the hilt.
Star athletes—and high-performing intelligence tools—shouldn't be left to make decisions about risk themselves. It's a coach's—and a president's—job.
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