The Karine-A Affair and the War on Terrorism
A fifty-ton cache of Iranian weapons for the Palestinian Authority would have made a big difference had it been delivered. That it wasn't is making an even bigger difference.
Law in Order: Reconstructing U.S. National Security
A bold proposal to end the estrangement of law enforcement from U.S. foreign policy--and not a minute too soon.
Weak Realpolitik: The Vicissitudes of Saudi Bashing
As the shock of September 11 wears off and certain conclusions settle in, the U.S.-Saudi relationship has come under unprecedented scrutiny. It's about time.
Benjamin Disraeli was an exotic character even in his own time, but his career shows the secret that guaranteed him success and fame: He knew what he wanted.
The New Cuba Divide
An unexpected alliance of farmers, northern liberals and western conservatives is emerging to challenge the U.S. political status quo on Cuba.
America the Despised: A Letter from Athens
Conservatives and churchgoers are joining the Greek Left to form a new and more visceral anti-Americanism.