Obama’s policies are smart, but his loose talk could force military action in Iran and Syria
Before pulling the trigger on Iran, the U.S. should review how Bush nearly drove Saddam Hussein from power without an invasion
The depiction of Navy SEALs was deadly accurate — and should be celebrated.
The movie is misleading, but that hardly warrants a congressional inquiry.
Critics contend that the proposed charter is too Islamist and may curb freedoms. But democracy can thrive without a constitution—and a vibrant democracy can even reshape a flawed charter
Turmoil is a constant in the Middle East, but the region is strengthening
The first Muslim-American elected to Congress explains why we need to judge new governments in the Middle East by their actions, not their religious affiliation
The rabbi who gave the benediction at the DNC asks, Which candidate will prevent nuclear terror?
The mistakes made were tragic. But the lessons learned can be valuable
There must have been a breakdown in leadership or protocol to allow a lone soldier to wander off base and commit such a heinous crime
Is there a nation in the world that would single out a male minority for similar treatment and not face diplomatic complaints or sanctions?
It is seeming increasingly unlikely that Egypt will achieve a democratic government by April, says the man who helped broadcast the revolution
Why the new ruling parties want women to disappear