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The Ambiguous Way Forward

Sharon got out of Gaza. Now what?

A Thin Line

Benyamin Netanyahu's election as Israel's prime minister on May 29 was greeted by a great international gnashing of teeth.

Commentary

From Putin With Love

Thanks to Mr. Putin, Washington has been given another chance to demonstrate the leadership that President Obama insists is America’s unique burden and responsibility.

The Real U.S.-Chinese Cyber Problem

There aren't yet clear rules of engagement or escalation in cyberspace, creating risks of unintended conflicts. 

The Dangerous Afghanistan Zero Option

The Obama administration's talk of pulling out all troops is not wise.

Blogs

Rep. Ryan’s Budget Doesn't Touch Military Spending

Pentagon's Spending Spree Goes Unchecked

Books & Reviews

Bernadotte and Shamir

Marton's qualifications to write a book about the Middle East are slightly higher than Bernadotte's were to make peace there, but in the end it comes to the same: two boy scouts setting up pup-tents in minefields.

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April 16, 2014