Secretary of State John Kerry, in his myopic quest for a Nobel Prize, appears to have put China in charge of redesigning the Arak heavy water reactor, where Iran can produce plutonium.
To describe all of this discussion as “China-bashing” is irresponsible and dismissive of very real concerns regarding the People’s Republic. It suggests that candidates are not describing China as it actually is.
NATO needs a new strategy for aspirant countries like Georgia and Ukraine. The “made in Moscow” alternative means damaged American credibility, fewer US allies, and more broken destinies for nations that have surely suffered enough.
The Kurds will have their state, and its capital will ultimately be Diyarbakir, not Erbil.
Republicans are wasting an opportunity to offer a modern policy agenda for today’s economic challenges.
Hillary Clinton’s higher education plan is extensive and expensive. Set aside the fact that simply pumping more money into the system won’t solve quality problems and may well inflate college spending further, no matter how tight the new rules.
Gladwell’s new essay misses the importance of the two-parent family in escaping poverty.
The one glaring exception to Narendra Modi’s impressive foreign policy record so far: a rudderless approach to Pakistan that lurches between unrelenting toughness and the promise of a thaw.