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12th March 2009 - Forbes.com

The U.N.‘s Year Of Libya

At a White House meeting on Tuesday, President Obama and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon were full of praise for a U.S.-U.N. partnership, which Obama envisions as "extraordinarily constructive" for bringing "peace and stability and security to people around the world."

9th March 2009 - NOW Lebanon

Which Way Will the Wind Blow From Damascus?

Tony Badran

Syrian President Bashar Assad has become the hottest ticket in the world, from Washington to Paris and from Riyadh to Cairo. Everybody wants to meet him, be seen with him and get on his good side. That is an amazing turnaround from three years ago where he was shunned and viewed as a pariah....

6th March 2009 - Scripps Howard News Service

The American Counter-Revolution

Clifford D. May

The question posed by social scientist Charles Murray at the American Enterprise Institute’s annual dinner this month could hardly have been simpler: Do Americans want the United States to be like Europe?

5th March 2009 - Scripps Howard News Service

Please Squeeze the Mullahs

Clifford D. May

President Bush was under no illusions about the threat a nuclear-armed, militant Islamist regime in Tehran would pose.

5th March 2009 - Forbes.com

Can We Give To Gaza Without Giving To Hamas?

If stuffing billions worth of aid into the Palestinian territories could end Islamist terrorism out of Gaza, it might be worth the money.

26th February 2009 - Forbes.com

Obama The Appeaser?

President Obama's broad scheme for foreign policy has been something of a puzzle, short on specifics and long on talk about forging alliances, extending hands and "engaging."

20th February 2009 - The Fox Forum

Why Do We Care Whether Iran Has Nuclear Weapons?

It's official. Iran has enough enriched uranium for a nuclear bomb. It has a long-range missile capable of delivering that bomb.

19th February 2009 - Scripps Howard News Service

Peace Processing 101

Clifford D. May

There’s an old joke about three guys stranded in the desert, dying of thirst.

18th February 2009 - Wall Street Journal

Jihad TV in Europe

Mark Dubowitz

Thanks to Arab satellite companies, Hezbollah's al-Manar and Hamas's al-Aqsa TV stations can still beam their incitement and hatred into European living rooms, radicalizing Muslim immigrants throughout the Continent.

17th February 2009 - Washington Post

A Truth Commission?

David B. Rivkin

A growing chorus of critics is demanding the creation of a special commission to "investigate" the Bush administration's alleged abuses of power, especially prosecution of the war on terrorism.

12th February 2009 - Forbes.com

Commerce Department Waives Syria Sanctions

"We will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist." This was President Obama's inaugural offer last month to troublesome tyrants around the world.

16th October 2008 - Forbes.com

Counting America’s Successes

And you tell me over and over and over and over again my friend, Ah, you don't believe we're on the eve of destruction.

7th October 2008 - National Review Online

Why Won’t Obama Talk About Columbia?

Barack Obama does not want to talk about Columbia.

2nd October 2008 - The Fox Forum

The Other Bailout

America has been on a socialist bender, and the bills are getting large.

29th September 2008 - National Review Online

Biden’s Baggage

Tiny Delaware barely registers in the Electoral College, but Barack Obama selected Joseph R. Biden Jr., the state’s senior senator, as his running mate. There’s one explanation: foreign-policy heft. Biden has tons. Obama has none.

11th August 2008 - The Weekly Standard

The End of Nuclear Diplomacy

Reuel Marc Gerecht

On July 30, Ali Khamenei demolished what was left of George W. Bush's Iran policy. Iran's clerical overlord also put paid to Senator Barack Obama's dreams of tête-à-tête, stop-the-nukes diplomacy. Ten days earlier the Americans, British, French, Germans, Russians, and Chinese had gathered...

3rd April 2008 - Scripps Howard News Service

The Wright Stuff vs. the Woods Model

Clifford D. May

The same pundits who declared John McCain dead and Hillary Clinton inevitable are now saying Barack Obama has weathered the storm over his association with Jeremiah Wright. Color me skeptical. The reason? Tiger Woods.

20th August 2007 - The Weekly Standard

The Audacity of Shallowness

Reuel Marc Gerecht

Among certain Arab elites, there is considerable interest in how a Democratic administration would differ from the eight years of George W. Bush. It's a good question. Most Democrats, at least those running for president or sitting in Congress, have spent more time attacking Bush than...

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