Foreign Policy

Obama should go to Kiev, now

President Kennedy famously said that if people want to see the greatness of freedom over communism, let them come to Berlin. With Russian President Vladimir Putin sounding the winds of war in his visit to Crimea, President Obama should go to Kiev...

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Ditch NATO, defend the Anglosphere

Suggested in the days between the Velvet Revolution and the Orange Revolution — which you do not hear much about these days — that "they," meaning those in the unfortunate neverwhere between the old Soviet Union and Greater America, were not...

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Saying no to Obama's new world war

With American troops on the ground in Poland and President Obama in Asia reassuring Japan that America would keep its treaty commitments even in Japan's regional dispute with China over a small string of islands in the East China Sea, America is...

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Putin and Netanyahu on the brink

Russia has close to 40,000 troops massed near its border with Ukraine, has sent goon squads into Ukraine to stir up instability and create false pretexts for attacking and is now trying to drive Ukraine into bankruptcy. Meanwhile, the Middle East...

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Mideast peace: Kerry's pause that refreshes

Secretary of State John Kerry, in my view one of the most consequential secretaries since George Marshall served under President Truman, is effectively taking a short-term pause in negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. Whether this...

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Vladimir Putin: Neo-Soviet strongman-for-life

I strongly support the new sanctions announced today by President Obama, which are far more powerful and persuasive than the weak sanctions previously announced. The move by the president, preceding the coming Group of Seven summit, is a major...

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