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A Bitter After-taste Jun. 17, 2014

Thomas Sowell

The news from Iraq that Islamic terrorists have now taken over cities that American troops liberated... Read More

Reparations for Blacks? May. 30, 2014

Ted Rall

In the latest of periodic revivals of the argument that the United States ought to issue reparations... Read More

Americans Tire of Solving Everyone's Problems May. 01, 2014

Froma Harrop

Americans want a smaller role in global affairs than the stage-hogging part we command today. Nearly... Read More

Japanese Ship Impounded by China Over WWII Debt Apr. 24, 2014

Timothy Spangler

A Shanghai court this week ordered that Baosteel Emotion, a Japanese cargo ship, be seized over an u... Read More

Nationalism, Not NATO, Is Our Great Ally Apr. 22, 2014

Patrick Buchanan

With Vladimir Putin having bloodlessly annexed Crimea and hinting that his army might cross the bord... Read More

The End of Ideology? Apr. 15, 2014

Patrick Buchanan

On our TV talk shows and op-ed pages, and in our think tanks here, there is rising alarm over events... Read More

A New Way to Buy Gold Feb. 18, 2014

The Savage Truth on Money

There's a new way to buy gold and diversify your exposure out of the dollar. It comes in the form of... Read More

Staying Out of Other People's Wars Feb. 07, 2014

Patrick Buchanan

"If these negotiations [with Iran] fail, there are two grim alternatives," said Sen. Richard Durbin,... Read More

Left Turn in the Emerging Markets Jan. 30, 2014

Lawrence Kudlow

There's a new cynical perception among international investors that Brazil is becoming Argentina, an... Read More

Japan's Cities Offer the Best of Old and New Jan. 12, 2014

Travel and Adventure

By Robert Selwitz After landing in and exploring Tokyo, the next city visitors to Japan should see i... Read More

Tokyo Is the Heart of Constantly Intriguing Japan Jan. 11, 2014

Travel and Adventure

By Robert Selwitz Tokyo's 13.2 million population makes it not only Japan's largest city but one of ... Read More

Are the Senkakus Worth a War? Dec. 13, 2013

Patrick Buchanan

"The U.S.-Japan Mutual Security Treaty of 1960 obligates the United States to treat any armed a... Read More

About That Biden 'Gaffe' in Tokyo Dec. 10, 2013

Froma Harrop

We know that about 20,000 pseudo-, semi- and real journalists "cover" Washington. We know ... Read More

Obama Abandons Friends Abroad in Hopes of Appeasing Foes Dec. 10, 2013

Michael Barone

Watching the twists and turns of American foreign policy while reading Christopher Clark's "The... Read More

China Meets Its Own Worst Enemy Dec. 08, 2013

Steve Chapman

To achieve any ambitious goal, you have to want it badly enough to work and sacrifice. But there is ... Read More

Asia Pivot, With A Flinch Dec. 04, 2013

Austin Bay

Vice-President Joe Biden's strong reaffirmation of the U.S.-Japan alliance is better news following ... Read More

Has the Asian Tiger Gone Tiger? Dec. 03, 2013

Patrick Buchanan

When Montecore, one of two white tigers in the Las Vegas act of Siegfried and Roy, turned and almost... Read More

Overtime on the Tragedy Shift Mar. 18, 2011

Marc Dion

Overtime on the Tragedy Shift Some states have canceled executions because they're unsure about the... Read More

Obama: From Liberal to Invisible (and Still Too Liberal) Mar. 18, 2011

Dick Morris

Dick Morris, one of the nation's most prominent political consultants, is almost universally credite... Read More

Obama's Selective Anger Mar. 17, 2011

Mona Charen

President Obama is known for his cool. He's been called "No drama Obama" by some of his as... Read More