Society Commentary

The Real Message of the 9/11 Mosque

Sure, Arabs in the Muslim world will welcome the 9/11 mosque. But not for the reason that President Obama hopes they will.

An Israeli Weighs in on the Flotilla

A number of recent events have triggered an awful lot of hypocrisy toward Israel.

Mosque Anxiety

Germany and Indonesia certainly have a radical Islam problem. Stymieing the construction of mosques here is a surefire way to create one in the U.S. as well.

Twitter and the Kremlin

The rise of social networks probably won't have a long-term impact on Russia's political future.

Globalist TV

Christiane Amanpour debuted on “This Week” yesterday. Is she headed for her first big failure?

Moscow's Foreign Policies

Russia's foreign policy isn't schizophrenic, especially when it comes to Iran.

Predictable Pyongyang

Don’t expect the pressure Washington and Seoul are putting on North Korea to lead to any real movement on the peninsula. 

Resetting Democracy

The only people who can push Russia toward democracy are Russians.

American Jihad, Part II

We are stumbling blindly through the minefield of countering terrorist radicalization and recruitment inside the United States.

Getting it Right in Lebanon

The assassination of two Lebanese patriots has provided the basis for genuine reform of the country's fractious politics and elimination of Syrian dominance.

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April 21, 2014