Hagel's brain is the mass market version of Kerry's and Kerry's is the collector's edition of Obama.
The dismissive headline is so scornful, it could have been written by Sara herself.
The crisis in Port Said has exposed deep problems in Egypt's political system.
The pseudo-realists in charge of western foreign policy today confuse what other countries should be doing with what they are actually doing.
The internal drive to delegitimize America may aimed at overcoming natural American patriotism by those who would transform the country’s thinking.
Hagel may be the worst thing to hit the U.S.-Israel relationship since Casper Weinberger locked the IAF off the Iraqi ballistic missile launchers.
Kerry subscribes--as is so fashionable today in the Obama Administration and academia--to the abusive relationship approach to foreign policy.
In Washington there are deep differences of opinion as to how to address the growing jihadi influence in Africa.
The left has sided with the reactionaries and against their comrades in other countries because they hate their own countries’ systems more.
Holy nuclear centrifuge, Batman, it could have actually happened!
The problem at this relatively early stage of the game is that even the people at the top don't yet know where they’re headed.
Once the rebels start consolidating rule, as happened in Egypt, there will be increasing examples radical Islamist control which the West will ignore.
Attention now turns to the question of how Netanyahu can put together a coalition that will hold 61 seats, a majority needed to form a government.
The US government will provide arms, money, and diplomatic support to a regime whose ruling forces openly evince hysterical antisemitism and call for genocide against Israel.
An organization that can seize about 1,000 hostages in the middle of Algeria, a country whose regime has been so tough on radical Islamists, is not dead.
Our president is supposed to bind himself to constitutional meanings.
How the Israel-Palestinian conflict has been totally transformed.
Netanyahu’s impending victory is due to the fact that the prime minister has done a reasonably good job, the economy is okay, terrorism is low, he’s kept out of trouble.
Liberals would than blame Israel than examine the faulty assumptions that comprise their worldview.
How, out of everyone involved, did Netanyahu end up with the "hardliner" branding?