Former US Representative Frank Wolf and two other religious freedom experts address how American foreign policy leaders should tackle religious persecution in Iraq and around the globe.
Former White House Press Secretaries Dana Perino and Mike McCurry sit down to discuss Perino’s new book about her journey to the White House and beyond.
Panelists discuss the role carbon taxes can play in broader fiscal reform and in the run-up to the December 2015 United Nations climate conference.
The current ban on oil exports represents an unacceptable repudiation of free trade, one of the bedrock economic principles of US foreign policy.
President Obama is dead wrong about the character of the Iranian leadership. The Islamic Revolution has never really ended, and Iran’s leadership has actually grown more conservative and less tolerant with time.
To release billions of dollars in cash to the Islamic Republic will reinforce the regime, retard reform, and enable exponential expansion of Iran’s efforts to export its revolution, not only in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Yemen, but likely in a host of other states as well.
Democrats are hoping for the old Clinton magic. But Hillary is no Bill Clinton.
The hundreds of poll questions that have been asked about the environment over the past forty years paint a clear picture of the evolution of Americans’ attitudes. A careful reading of them shows that both sides of the political spectrum misunderstand key elements.
President Obama has criticized China’s proposed counterterrorism law, despite its similarities to US “legal-intercept” regulations. The US must prepare to see practices that it has already adopted become prevalent elsewhere or be ready to modify US surveillance behaviors that US authorities do not want to see spreading around the globe.
The year 1914 was a flexion point in history. Is Thiel right in supposing, or fearing, that 2007 was a flexion point too? There are unsettling indications that the answer is yes.
Voluntary home visiting programs, while not as well-known as Head Start or state pre-K, may be the single most promising approach to improving the lives of America’s most disadvantaged young children.
Compared to 1970 when the first Earth Day was celebrated, the US economy is now more than twice as energy efficient (and twice as green) thanks to innovation and energy-saving technologies