Three months before the start of the American operation in Iraq I visited the United States, where I met with Vice President Dick Cheney and National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice.
The world's democrats have joined forces, to the benefit of all involved.
Keith Windschuttle revises the revisionists and does the post-colonial "history" of Tasmania a good turn--on its head.
As "senior" members of the foreign policy establishment, Abramowitz's and General Odom's calls for withdrawal from Iraq deserve consideration. But they they are unconvincing, Rivkin writes.
Charles Krauthammer's "democratic globalism" fails as a guiding principle of foreign policy and creates more questions than answers.
Since November of last year the United States has been committed to transferring sovereignty to the Iraqis after June 30, 2004.
This is not your father's "Star Wars." Missile Defense is real, it's coming, and it will be a indispensible instrument of American power.
Despot Watch turns the spotlight on Islam Karimov, America's newest Central Asian ally.
Bush appeases the anti-globalizers; the Democrats embrace them; the economy bubbles along; and the clouds gather.
If gardeners and housemaids can cross our porous borders, so can Al-Qaeda operatives.