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  • 'Your Iraq plan?' is a pointless question

    FOR TODAY'S presidential candidates, the question is unavoidable: What is your plan for Iraq? In interviews and town hall meetings, on talk shows and at fundraisers, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and Rudolph W. Giuliani and all the...
  • America's useless terrorism list

    The State Department's list of "state sponsors of terrorism" is one of the biggest farces of U.S. foreign policy. Started in 1979 for nations designated by the secretary of State "to have repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism,"...
  • Cornered in square one

    After years of proclaiming that it understood international politics better than its predecessors, the Bush administration is now trying to undo the damage its first seven years have wrought -- trying, in effect, to take U.S. foreign policy back to...
  • Beating an orderly retreat

    GEN. DAVID PETRAEUS, commander of U.S. forces in Iraq, has promised to return to Washington in September to report on the outcome of his surge strategy. I hope he will say that sectarian killings, bombings and U.S. casualties are all down. But even if...
  • 'Chemical Ali' didn't act alone

    THIS WEEK, a Baghdad court convicted Ali Hassan Majid of genocide against the Kurdish people and sentenced him to hang. The verdict was supported by overwhelming evidence, much of which he never bothered to deny. I first encountered the handiwork of...
  • Cartoons deemed unfit for print

    HOW'S YOUR tummy? Feeling nauseated? Many newspaper editors worry sick about ruining your appetite, often refusing to run provocative editorial cartoons and illustrations that fail what's known as the "breakfast test": When you turn to the editorial pages...
  • James Q. Wilson: The power of his written word

    JAMES Q. WILSON left Southern California as a young man and returned to it as an accomplished one, but he is not exactly a product of it nor is he a participant in its civic life by most conventional definitions. He holds no local position, serves no...
  • Tell us another one, Mr. Vice President

    TO PARAPHRASE President Reagan, there he goes again. On Rush Limbaugh's radio program last week, Vice President Dick Cheney spoke about Jordanian terrorist Abu Musab Zarqawi and stated: "He went to Baghdad. He took up residence there before we ever...
  • Just how crazy are the Dems?

    MOST FAIR-MINDED readers will no doubt take me at my word when I say that a majority of Democrats in this country are out of their gourds. But, on the off chance that a few cynics won't take my word for it, I offer you data. Rasmussen Reports, the public...
  • In Gaza, the real enemy is Iran

    In Gaza, the real enemy is Iran
    The images from the fighting in Gaza are harrowing but ultimately deceptive. They portray a mighty invading army, one equipped with F-16 jets that have bombed a civilian population defended by a few thousand fighters armed with primitive rockets. But...
  • The politics of saying 'genocide'

    ON TUESDAY, President Bush will be obliged, by law, to wrap his double-talking mouth around one of the most curiously persistent debates in modern geopolitics: Whether to call a 92-year-old genocide a "genocide." Every April 24 since 1994, the U.S....
  • Travels with Danny

    I FIRST MET Danny Pearl 10 years ago, in a very different world. It was different in part because it was Tehran, where women were covered from head to toe and men could be seen on the streets wearing turbans and robes. Secret police asked us questions...