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After setting up a showdown with the UN, he may have no chance but to ignore them.
As LGBT Americans gain rights, Vladimir Putin cracks down on homosexuals in his country.
Why Israel’s nuclear stockpile isn’t enough to deter an Iranian attack.
On Sunday, the New York Times ran a front-page news story slamming Israel. Was the story fair?
Why Putin is unlikely to order a mass evacuation of Russian nationals from Syria, no matter how bad the situation there becomes.
The administration made a political decision, not a strategic one.
Chuck Hagel has a long history of being soft on Iran and hostile toward Israel.
The case for intervening in Syria.
Obama has kept detainees in overseas military prisons, where they have no access to U.S. courts and face bad living conditions.
Why it’s easy for us to ignore the tragedy that’s unfolding in Bashar Al-Assad’s Syria.
Unless the Saudi monarchy reforms, it will fall.
It’s time for President Obama to acknowledge that Russia is an adversary, not an ally.
Trying to negotiate with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was a mistake.
The Stuxnet leak will have serious and long-lasting effects on our national security.
Why the war could turn into an election-year headache for the president.
The West must refuse to negotiate with Iran until the Iranians take real action to curtail their nuclear program.
Frivolous lawsuits like this one are a drain on our legal system.
Instead of trying to counter his image as a totalitarian despot, Putin has doubled down.
Why Newt Gingrich shouldn’t be marketing himself as a “Reagan Republican.”