Disputed islands may be the spark that ignites a Sino-Japanese conflagration.
The next secretary of state must restore non-militarized diplomacy–and the ambassador won’t.
Britain and the U.S. make fools of themselves over the WikiLeaks fugitive.
Our Predators are turning an ally into a victim–and perhaps an enemy.
As the troops come home, it’s time to count the cost.
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Bin Laden is dead, but his strategy still bleeds the United States.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad courts Iraq.
America’s allies rethink their Iraq commitment.
Sistani’s Shia refuse to play their assigned role.
A menace grows from Bush’s Korean blind spot.
An erratic regime with nuclear-armed missiles poses a more serious threat than hemmen-in Saddam
Ignorant of Iraq, void of strategic vision, and viewing the Mideast through the neoconservative prism, Bush steers America toward a quagmire.