Turkey’s growing domestic instability is bad news for U.S. policy in the Middle East.
The Ahmed Chalabi fiasco is just the latest chapter in America’s long history of being duped by foreign political actors.
Charges of anti-Semitism against GOP Senate candidate Tom Campbell are completely overblown.
Saakashvili’s spin isn’t true—Georgia isn’t really a democracy. To recover from the 2008 war, it must adopt liberal reforms and include all Georgians in the political process.
Liberal Democrats and Dick Cheney have found common cause: blasting Barack Obama. The Left needs to leave the president alone.
Ukraine’s new president isn’t anti-Western. Obama’s low-key approach toward Kiev is our best chance of keeping him that way.
Populism is back, and not just in America. It will fan out only if mainstream political parties manage to improve the economy.
Ukraine’s election results aren’t a repudiation of the West. Kiev will still pursue the middle course it always has, courting both Europe and Russia.
Iraq could be a military powerhouse and counter Iran—if it gets its act together.
Obama’s attack on the Supreme Court is just the latest in a long history of presidential power grabs. Gordon Wood dissects John Yoo.
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