Iraq’s Christian genocide survivors are hanging on with hope and the help of a fraying thread of private aid.... Continue Reading
PEOTUS is stacking his cabinet with friends of the Jewish State, but the geopolitical realities may complicate his Middle East policy... Continue Reading
Donald Trump says he wants to “drain the swamp.” How should those fighting kleptocracy react?... Continue Reading
Mike Rogers on the South Korean military accusing North Korea of a major cyberattack, ISIS, and the President's final foreign policy speech...
Arthur Herman offers a historian's perspective on the 75th anniversary of the attack....
Western policymakers need to get comfortable with the fact that the Turkish Republic as we have known it is no more.... Continue Reading
Policymakers and pundits can bemoan technological advances all they want, but they can't stop them.... Continue Reading
Trump’s decision to answer Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen call was an exercise in good judgment and thinking.... Continue Reading
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Ambassador Kabulov seems to have embraced the idea that cajoling Pakistan and giving it what it wants might be the route to success in Afghanistan... Continue Reading
Rebeccah Heinrichs on the incoming administration upsetting President Obama's apology tour...
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Three areas where a market-oriented FCC would improve the economy: Don’t regulate the Internet. Trust markets. Don’t use the FCC to block mergers.... Continue Reading
Hudson Institute scholars on the issues that will matter most for the upcoming administration... Continue Reading
Michael Pillsbury joins CNN Newsroom to talk about President-elect Trump's China policy....
The opportunity to revamp the American Dream for millennials and beyond.... Continue Reading
Yet more proof that the only way to assure good treatment for refugees is to do everything to prevent their displacement in the first place.... Continue Reading
The evidence from Soviet intelligence sources proves her guilt.... Continue Reading
The most important lesson, for both foreign leaders and domestic foreign policy analysts, is that the Obama era in American foreign policy has ended... Continue Reading
Donald Trump has three big problems, two of his own creation, one created by a ticking time bomb that Obama is leaving for him.... Continue Reading
If you miss campaign season excitement, look to France, where next year’s presidential race promises to be a crucial reckoning of Europe's challenges.... Continue Reading
Outrage at Myanmar's leader for her inaction on the Rohingya demonstrates the continuing failure of human rights activists to understand the world.... Continue Reading
Poland's higher wages have attracted 400,000 temporary workers from Ukraine who have replaced Poles who left for the UK.... Continue Reading
La nouvelle guerre des étoiles... celle des étoiles de mer !... Continue Reading
The Carrier deal demonstrates the sort of political savvy progressive technocrats fail to appreciate.... Continue Reading
Beijing's crackdown on capital flight is another sign that China's meteoric growth could be drawing to an end.... Continue Reading
The only way to deal with refugee crisis is to have a foreign policy that seeks to prevent them in the first place.... Continue Reading
El presidente turco, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, ha desafiado con furia la decisión del Parlamento Europeo de congelar sus negociaciones para el ingreso de... Continue Reading
Those who wish to work with the United States towards common goals, peace, and security, will find a great partner in the United States of America.... Continue Reading
Opponents of Obamacare should be greatly encouraged by Trump's pick of House Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price to be the Secretary of HHS... Continue Reading
A ransomware attack on San Francisco's light rail system is a wake-up call about our vulnerabilities to cyber threats.... Continue Reading
The country is like a teenager in a growth spurt trying to squeeze into last year’s clothes.... Continue Reading
Public trust in South Korea's President is cratering just as the country faces a series of intertwined crises.... Continue Reading
Smart energy policy could give Trump his best prospect for spurring growth in manufacturing jobs, delivering on the promises his voters think matter.... Continue Reading
Jonathan Silver speaks with Arthur Herman about his November 2016 Mosaic essay....
Fidel Castro leaves a shattered society and a desperately poor country behind him, less able to shape its destiny than it was in 1959.... Continue Reading
Wariness of Donald Trump might inspire Republicans in Congress to give up lazy delegation and relearn the art of legislating.... Continue Reading
That's the easy part. President-elect Donald Trump went on YouTube to announce two of his goals. The first was to show the print and television moguls... Continue Reading
The focus may be on ISIS, but Afghanistan and Pakistan are still sources of major threats.... Continue Reading
A compendium of Melanie Kirkpatrick's writings on the American holiday... Continue Reading
Just about every country has a national day, a holiday when citizens stop to honor their constitution, celebrate a monarch’s birthday, recall the da... Continue Reading
Europe has wasted almost a decade since the euro crisis first surfaced, and the problems of the currency are nowhere close to being solved.... Continue Reading
Mike Rogers on General Mattis as Defense Secretary....
They weren't married—just dating—but the end of the relationship augurs an important geopolitical turning point.... Continue Reading
Can Trump-economics prevent the asset price inflation now infecting the global economy?... Continue Reading
This history, and more, is worthy of our remembrance, with grateful hearts, on every Thanksgiving Day — including this one.... Continue Reading
Lo que sucede en la zona oriental de Alepo desafía las normas internacionales y los valores humanitarios que deberían imperar en torno a poblaciones... Continue Reading
Perhaps the most cheering aspect of our American democracy is the optimism meeting a new president and his administration. How bad can it get?... Continue Reading
Rebeccah Heinrichs joined Ben Domenech on The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss what national security and foreign policy in the Trump administration l... Continue Reading
Navy leadership and the incoming Trump Team have a responsibility to think deeply about their stewardship of this growth while they have a few preciou... Continue Reading
Some of the bloodiest fights over the next few years will be between blue cities and red state legislatures.... Continue Reading
A US-led trade policy to counter unfair practices tolerated by Beijing would be entirely consistent with a totally new approach by Washington.... Continue Reading
The origin of the presidential pardon of a Thanksgiving turkey, now an annual ceremony on the White House lawn, is something of a mystery.... Continue Reading
If you could travel back in time to 1621, tap a Pilgrim on the shoulder, and ask him to define “Thanksgiving Day,” his answer might surprise you. ... Continue Reading
Thanksgiving Day football can trace its origins back to the 1880s and a hugely popular annual game between Princeton and Yale in New York City.... Continue Reading
Benjamin Haddad, Nathalie Goulet, and Yasser Louati debate the burkini ban and the rights of French Muslims....
Only Trump can fill in the blanks on his script for Making America Great again, and direct the play.... Continue Reading
Trump’s victory should usher in policies rooted in patriotic assimilation and the national interest... Continue Reading
Sarah Josepha Hale saw the holiday as a way to bring together a nation divided over slavery.... Continue Reading
How did Donald Trump beat a former senator and cabinet secretary to win the presidency?... Continue Reading
Will President-elect Donald Trump crash the Iran deal on day one, as he said on the campaign trail?... Continue Reading
As Trump starts to plan for the future, the man he should turn to for advice may have died more than fifty years ago, but his words live on.... Continue Reading
Michael Pillsbury discusses President-elect Trump's China policy on "Lou Dobbs Tonight."...
Many have wondered if Trump's campaign rhetoric is the same as his foreign policy. Michael Pillsbury and David Rothkopf join Judy Woodruff....
Melanie Kirkpatrick on whether George Washington had the power to declare a national day of thanksgiving....
Building the 350-ship Navy will require a coherent strategic rationale, a good deal of money, and the political will to see it through.... Continue Reading
During the campaign, Donald Trump took an aggressive stance toward China. Steve Inskeep talks to Mike Pillsbury about what Trump's policy might be.... Continue Reading
Facebook, Google, and Twitter are considering how to curtail “fake news” through such steps as blocking advertising. The timing is curious.... Continue Reading
A blasphemy case against the Christian governor of Jakarta exposes the ethnic and religious divides in Indonesia.... Continue Reading
Obama's advice to Europe rings hollow in the face of his myriad foreign policy failures.... Continue Reading
There is no one better prepared to carry out the president-elect’s stated goal than House Armed Services subcommittee chairman Randy Forbes, (VA-4).... Continue Reading
Melanie Kirkpatrick talked about her book Thanksgiving: The Holiday at the Heart of the American Experience....
La gran incógnita a estas alturas es qué hará, finalmente, el nuevo presidente tras dar respiro para medir quién se cansa primero.... Continue Reading
Making America's infrastructure great again will take more than political will and money.... Continue Reading
As right-wing Israelis celebrate, Trump's victory spells trouble for Palestinians and a two-state solution.... Continue Reading
The U.S. wields enormous power, but its success in using it depends on the actions of other nations. The Bangladesh crisis is a case in point.... Continue Reading
The Clinton dynasty will not go gentle into that good night.... Continue Reading
Our allies are nervous. The Trump administration needs to move quickly to establish a clear path for American policy in Asia.... Continue Reading
The health of the start-up sector is one of the most important indicators telling us whether or not we are on the right track.... Continue Reading
The House kept the health-care law on the policy agenda by passing more than 50 repeal bills.... Continue Reading
While much of the world was focused on the unexpected victory of Donald Trump in the US elections, things in Europe and Eurasia took an ominous turn.... Continue Reading
Eyewitness accounts from displaced Iraqi Christians who are praying for the liberation of their homeland.... Continue Reading
Andrew Jackson's brand of populism—nationalist, egalitarian, individualistic—remains one of the most powerful forces in American politics... Continue Reading
In our American way, this most heated of recent campaigns ended with all players wishing the president-elect success, or saying they do.... Continue Reading
A look at U.S. efforts to identify kleptocrats stashing stolen wealth in high-value homes.... Continue Reading
Richard Weitz and Sergei Kostyaev on the personal relationship between Trump and Putin.... Continue Reading
With the election over, connoisseurs of Russian influence operations will want to redirect their attention to lower Manhattan, where the world chess c... Continue Reading
Donald Trump has shown antipathy towards meddling by the Federal Communications Commission in the telecommunications industry.... Continue Reading
On the foreign policy of a Trump presidency, the character of our military, allies and interests--and a little something about a beautiful plane... Continue Reading