The main job of Ebola “tsar” Ron Klain should be to save the White House from its own political tone-deafness.
Neither ISIS nor any of America’s fair-weather allies are worth the price of the U.S.’s deepening regional commitments.
The Washington consensus so prizes the free flow of people that it won’t even stop flights from West Africa.
Netanyahu tries a terrorist bait and switch, like the one that worked against Saddam.
Why Americans are still in the dark over the 9/11 Commission’s view of the Saudis.
Justice for Palestine divides Republicans but unites Pope Francis, Mideast bishops, and mainline Protestants.
The politics of mass immigration sacrifice the security of the working class for the comfort of the elite.
On hawkish autopilot, America’s leaders ignore the obvious off-ramp to the escalating Ukraine crisis.
Confronting the new Islamic State requires reevaluating old alliances and enemies.
Israel’s latest war brought its increasingly fascist politics before a global audience.
Conservatives didn’t always have a party line on the Jewish State.
Why the Israeli-Palestinian peace process collapsed—and what comes next
Russia’s incursion into Ukraine is a response to misguided Western expansionism.
The West rejects a peninsula’s secession but makes no secret of its regime-change ambitions for Moscow.
Why the U.S. can’t disengage from Mideast diplomacy
Obama’s ethnic coalition is changing America’s attitude toward war–for the better.
A decade of The American Conservative—and its enemies
The Crisis of Zionism, Peter Beinart, Times Books, 276 pages
An effective antiwar candidate is what the neocons fear most.