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  • Whose liberty?

    Today, Antle and Continetti discuss what freedoms conservatives should value. Previously, they debated the president's fiscal policy and determined whether foreign interventionism has any place in conservative ideology. Thursday and Friday, they'll...
  • Ballet amid the bullets in Iraq

    In an airy studio lined with mirrors, little girls in pink leotards and boys in black shorts and white T-shirts pull themselves up as straight as they can and push their toes out into first position. Their teacher, Ghada Taiyi, walks between them,...
  • In Iraq, bonding over tea and disco

    In Iraq, bonding over tea and disco
    They could be seen as the military odd couple. The Marine colonel is tall and lean. His parents fled Castro's Cuba for U.S. democracy. He talks in measured, confident tones. His expertise is in staff work: making bureaucratic organizations run smoothly....
  • For one Iraqi general, a tale of lost hope and honor

    For one Iraqi general, a tale of lost hope and honor
    Late at night, when he can't sleep, the Iraqi general paces past the dimly lighted model homes and construction sites of his Cairo neighborhood. He avoids the main streets, crammed with shopping malls and restaurants. He doesn't want to run into other...
  • Obama's options on Iran

    Obama's options on Iran
    Abevy of foreign policy experts are pressing Barack Obama to move quickly on his promise to "engage in aggressive personal diplomacy" with Iran. He'd be better off first taking a long, deep breath and allowing Iran's economic crisis to take its toll on...
  • How will Cheney go down in history?

    How will Cheney go down in history?
    Today's question: The office of vice president has been regarded as mostly ceremonial. How much (for better or worse) has Dick Cheney changed that? Previously, Edwards and Lichtman digested the candidates' vice president picks. Cheney: a cautionary...
  • Obama's foreign policy picks

    Obama's foreign policy picks
    Presidential campaigns are generally discouraging for foreign policy intellectuals. Not only do the candidates pander in folksy vernacular to hockey moms and Joe Six Packs, but the clever ones favored by university professors often fare badly on...
  • A fistful of dinars

    ISTANBUL—The U.S. government isn't the only one worried about the growing influence of Iran in Iraq. Baghdad's neighbors are fretting, too—and so are some moderate Shiites in Iraq. They fear Iran's help is a mixed blessing, of a type that will keep Iraq...
  • Who are you not calling a petro bully?

    I cannot understand why Michael Ross ignored the very best evidence for his contention that the "link between oil riches and bad international behavior is even deeper than it appears." He never mentions President Bush or Vice President Dick Cheney, nor...
  • Letters to the editor

    By George, he gets it Re “Get out of Iraq, now,” Opinion, April 20 I was heartened to read former Sen. George McGovern's article. In 1972, I was one of thousands of Democrats knocking on doors to encourage people to vote for McGovern for...
  • Obama says Nobel Peace Prize is 'a call to action'

    Obama says Nobel Peace Prize is 'a call to action'
    President Obama, who has pledged to place diplomacy ahead of confrontation and reached out to a skeptical world with offers of mutual understanding, was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace today for what the Nobel committee called "his extraordinary efforts...
  • Rumsfeld and nominee in sharp contrast

    WASHINGTON — In turning to former CIA Director Robert M. Gates to take the reins at the Pentagon, President Bush has selected a low-key loyalist who is in many ways the opposite of outgoing Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld. Whereas Rumsfeld...