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For What Will We Go to War With China? Jul. 30, 2021

Patrick Buchanan

In his final state of the nation speech Monday, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte defended his re... Read More

Send US Troops to Haiti? A Bad Idea Gets No Takers Jul. 14, 2021

Steve Chapman

When the president of Haiti was gunned down last week by a team of mercenaries, the country fell int... Read More

What We Lost When We Won the Cold War Jul. 09, 2021

Mona Charen

Almost exactly 60 years ago, the newly appointed Chadian ambassador to the United States, Adam Malic... Read More

No More False Equivalence: Israel Chooses War Over Peace May. 21, 2021

Ted Rall

No one is blameless in the ongoing violent conflict between Israel and stateless Palestinians. Both ... Read More

End Military Aid to Israel May. 14, 2021

Ted Rall

Riding in the back of a truck into Afghanistan during the 2001 U.S. invasion, a journalist colleague... Read More

Biden's Blunders in Foreign Policy: The First 100 Days May. 11, 2021

Common Sense

What has Joe Biden accomplished in his first 100 days as president? His performance on domestic issu... Read More

Biden Bets the Farm -- to 'Change the World' Apr. 30, 2021

Patrick Buchanan

Joe Biden may not be a radical socialist, but he is doing the best imitation of one this writer has ... Read More

Afghanistan Under the Taliban: It Won't Be Like Last Time Apr. 23, 2021

Ted Rall

We've been in Afghanistan 20 years, Joe Biden's generals told him. All we need is a little more time... Read More

Biden Is Understandably Exasperated, but Afghan Pullout Will Hasten Taliban Return Apr. 16, 2021

Daily Editorials

President Joe Biden suggests he has run out of patience and options to resolve the two-decade milita... Read More

Uncle Sam Needs You for a Counter-Psychological Warfare Strategy Apr. 14, 2021

Austin Bay

Divide and conquer, or divide and rule, was a maxim Chinese strategist Sun Tzu stressed in 500 B.C. ... Read More

Can the Biden Administration Stop China? Mar. 26, 2021

Michael Barone

The acrid atmosphere last week at the Captain Cook Hotel in Anchorage, Alaska, with its vivid murals... Read More

Is Biden Boring? Mar. 25, 2021

Susan Estrich

He has been in office for just two months. In that time, he has gotten a $1.9 trillion bill through ... Read More

China's Alaska Ambush of the Biden Administration, in Context Mar. 25, 2021

Daily Editorials

In his new book, "The China Nightmare: The Grand Ambitions of a Decaying State," scholar Daniel Blum... Read More

China's Alaska Ambush of the Biden Administration, in Context Mar. 24, 2021

Austin Bay

In his new book, "The China Nightmare: The Grand Ambitions of a Decaying State," scholar Daniel Blum... Read More

Ally or Foe, a Murderous Thug Doesn't Deserve Biden's Support Mar. 23, 2021

Daily Editorials

President Joe Biden has gone out of his way to make clear to the world that he believes Russian Pres... Read More

Happy Valentine's, Mr. Trump: Part I Feb. 13, 2021

Luis Martínez-Fernández

I assume that I am not alone in appreciating former President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the pub... Read More

Leveraging Corrupt Media, China Draws a Red Line for Biden Administration Feb. 03, 2021

Austin Bay

February 2021 reprises a red-line drama, not yet as tragedy and not as farce but definitely as a thr... Read More

Leveraging Corrupt Media, China Draws a Red Line for Biden Administration Feb. 03, 2021

Daily Editorials

February 2021 reprises a red-line drama, not yet as tragedy and not as farce but definitely as a thr... Read More

It's Time for American Impatience With China Jan. 27, 2021

Austin Bay

On cue, White House press secretary Jen Psaki has signaled that President Joe Biden's administration... Read More

Can Biden Sec State Continue the 'Tougher Approach' on China? Jan. 20, 2021

Austin Bay

President Joe Biden's incoming secretary of state, Antony Blinken, agrees former President Donald Tr... Read More