It’s been a sad day for American democracy. Our republic will survive but it has been uniquely wounded by the nation’s elected chief magistrate, as none of his predecessors across 230 years would have ever considered.
Mark TooleyJanuary 6, 2021
In spite of the mixed reactions, could that new agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates bring new benefits to the region, and to the Palestinians in particular?
Khalil SayeghAugust 14, 2020
Do not be too hard on politicians who struggle with and differ on their answers to these questions about the COVID-19 and the lockdowns. These are very hard things, and there is no indisputable right answer.
Paul MarshallMay 16, 2020
Against the backdrop of a watching world, the United States is in the midst of an intense period of self-inflicted…
Drew GriffinMarch 27, 2019
A wave of gruesome mass killings in North Central Nigeria on Sunday, March 10, has prompted more calls for a special envoy to Nigeria and reconsideration of the Trump administration’s policy to West Africa.
Douglas BurtonMarch 18, 2019
The Jamal Khashoggi affair presents the perfect opportunity for the United States to press Saudi Arabia for more progress on its horrendous human rights record.
Robert NicholsonOctober 15, 2018
During Trump’s presidency, America’s role as the world leader has been questioned by allies, adversaries, and the president himself.
Joshua W. WalkerJuly 30, 2018
As daunting as it may be, closing the God gap is a necessary step to improving communication with Russia and other important actors in international affairs.
Gordon R. MiddletonMarch 2, 2018
Iraqi Christians in the Nineveh Plains require assistance, which can only be achieved by a coalition of states seeking the indigenous population’s best interest. President Trump and numerous European governments have made assisting displaced and persecuted Christians a top priority. These leaders have followed words with actions, but more must be done.
Ewelina U. Ochab & Alexander W. TitusFebruary 8, 2018