The bizarre possibility that John Kerry is the most hawkish member of the president’s cabinet.
Drone strikes and hunger strikes weigh in the balance.
Correcting the lies in the president’s surreal speech on the “end” of Islamic terrorism.
The president reassures America’s enemies that there is no bite to his bark.
After a decade, removing Saddam Hussein’s terror regime was still the right thing to do.
Why “anti-secrecy” activists only cause war and conflict, not peace.
Obama slashes the military in the face of a hostile and violent world.
How our fiscal woes are independent of Bush’s national-security policies.
Lingering problems catch up to a president.
The political and — geopolitical — ramifications.
The top contenders for 2016 on the Right and the Left.
The president has rarely failed to waffle on an issue of international significance.
The people who gave a peace prize to Obama continue in their twisted illusions.
A political gaffe turns into a gutsy judgment call.
Why Romney was right to weigh in on Mideast unrest.
Papering over Clinton’s eight years of counter-terrorism failure.
How the president has slighted each and every one of the important allies Mitt Romney has visited this week.
Worries rise over the regime’s WMD arsenal in the event of Assad’s fall.
How an America with fewer military resources serves a larger objective for the U.S. president.
Time to remove the university’s bronze statue of Joe Paterno?
Tipping point or turning point?
The top five dead weights dragging the country down.
The Obama administration does nothing for a man who risked it all to help the U.S. get its Enemy #1.
When compared with the plans and pledges of recent summits, NATO’s goals for its upcoming summit in Chicago seem small, even trivial. Let’s start with this
The most significant problems with the long-awaited pact.