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  • Rachel Marsden: America's goodies-for-abuse program

    There's a grade-school-level international game being played. It's like the one you played as a kid when you would have a friend punch you as hard as possible in the stomach to see how long you could keep a fake smile plastered on your face. "Oh, THAT didn't hurt AT ALL! Hit me harder, you wimp!" That, right now, is America -- and it needs to stop.
  • Joel Brinkley: The West must take action in Syria

    Sooner or later, the United States and its Western allies are going to have to go into Syria with force, like it or not. There's little choice. I'm not talking about retaliation for the apparent chemical-weapons attacks that killed hundreds of people and...

    Trans-Atlantic military cooperation gets complicated in Afghanistan

    PARIS -- The annual Munich Security Conference is regularly the scene for the complaints of American official and semi-official participants deploring Europe's failure "to pull its weight" in defense, "free-riding" on American efforts, and failing to...

    Joel Brinkley: Pakistan coming apart at the seams

    Distracted by the deadly violence in Mali and Algeria, no one seems to be paying adequate attention to the tragicomedy under way in Pakistan. This matters because events of the last week demonstrate without equivocation that Pakistan is an utterly failed...

    U.S. suspends training of recruits for Afghan village militia

     
    American special operations forces have suspended the training of new recruits to an Afghan village militia until the entire 16,000-member force can be rescreened for possible links to the insurgency, U.S. officials said Sunday.