A number of recent events have triggered an awful lot of hypocrisy toward Israel.
Omar bin Laden deliberately chose a distinctly different path in his life than his father.
Despite arguments to the contrary, Obama has no illusions about America's omnipotence in the war.
What are the prospects for success in Iraq and Afghanistan? Our nation-building record in Bosnia and Kosovo isn’t encouraging.
Rather than whining about the Continent’s military spending, the United States should allow the Europeans to bear the consequences of their actions. That means leaving NATO to the Europeans.
Counterinsurgency is not a cure-all. Local allegiances will always trump the might of the invader. Washington’s insistence that the troops turn Kabul into a functioning democracy will only erode the military's fighting spirit.
Moscow shouldn’t have to foot the bill for Kyrgyzstan’s recovery.
Obama needs to figure out definite approach, explain it seriously and stick to it.
The country’s unrest is an opportunity for America and China to cooperate on an issue of mutual concern.
We shouldn’t scold Turkey for pursuing its own interests in the Middle East.
America and Russia should deploy a joint peacekeeping force.
America needs all the help it can get on Iran—which means making up with Brazil and Turkey.
American policy makers need to focus far more attention on Vladimir Putin.
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