At the dining-room table of John Lewis Gaddis, grand strategist at Yale and historian of the Cold War.
A podcast with Otto Reich, a former U.S. ambassador to Venezuela, with Jay Nordlinger.
A look at Lindsey Graham, Joe Lieberman, and others.
Tunisia is not very much like Afghanistan or Iraq.
One of the most misunderstood comments Margaret Thatcher ever made was her comment, “There is no such thing as society.”
May won the confidence vote, yes, but she now has the impossible task of forging cross-party cooperation in the Commons.
Yemen is not a woman-friendly place.
On a podcast with Michael Rubin, hosted by Jay Nordlinger.
Angela Merkel squandered Germany’s economic windfall.
My weekend column was about Syria, a topic that is raging because President Trump is pulling out, and because this seems to have been the…
Because we live in a stupid world in which the makers of alcoholic beverages are expected to voice political opinions in their professional capacity and…
While it would have been wiser to leave the 2,000 American troops in Syria longer, both to ensure ISIS’s demise and to protect the Kurds,…
Leading British conservatives have published a letter arguing against Theresa May’s Brexit agreement.
Raed Fares, democracy activist and journalist in Syria, murdered.