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  • Hagel nod a sign of president's second-term intentions

    Hagel nod a sign of president's second-term intentions
    "This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility." -- Barack Obama to Dmitry Medvedev, March 26, 2012 WASHINGTON - The puzzle of the Chuck Hagel nomination for defense secretary is that you normally choose someone of the other party...
  • America attacked -- again on September 11th

    It didn't happen in the heart of Manhattan or Washington this time, or in the skies above little Shanksville, Pa. But it happened just as surely on American territory -- our embassy in Cairo, our consulate in Benghazi. Our people have been killed, our...
  • Obama's Middle East Policy In Tatters

    In the week following 9/11/12 something big happened: the collapse of the Cairo Doctrine, the centerpiece of President Barack Obama's foreign policy. It was to reset the very course of post-9/11 America, creating, after the (allegedly) brutal depredations...
  • The Crowd: World Affairs Council honors three longtime members

    The Crowd: World Affairs Council honors three longtime members
    The World Affairs Council of Orange County welcomed former New York Times reporter Philip Taubman to its July conference in Costa Mesa. Taubman, the Times' former bureau chief in both Washington and Moscow, addressed the local audience on the current...
  • Politics, history highlight Governor Daniels' Christmas book list

    Politics, history highlight Governor Daniels' Christmas book list
    Politics and history are at the top of the governor’s list this holiday season. Gov. Mitch Daniels released his list of top books for Christmas--a list that's become an annual tradition. Here’s a look at his picks for 2012: 1. Coming...
  • 'American Lady' by Caroline de Margerie

    'American Lady' by Caroline de Margerie
    Before blue states and red states, PACs or cable news, there was the era of Susan Mary Alsop, known as "the second lady of Camelot," who ruled a kingdom called Georgetown beginning in the 1960s. More than just a hostess, Alsop — a descendant of...
  • The power of one free man

    In the fall of 1983 in Moscow, we came in from the cold. Ending our tour of what was then the Soviet Union, a group of editorial writers from across the United States stepped on American soil for the first time in three weeks. Our reception that night was...
  • Henry Kissinger gets TSA patdown while in wheelchair

    Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has a resume as long as a West Texas highway. His family fled the Nazis just before the second World War. He negotiated the end to the Vietnam War and shared a Nobel peace prize for his efforts. He even knelt in...
  • The week that was

    For lovers of freedom the world over and Americans in particular, there can be no doubt about what was the signal event of the week just past: the safe arrival in this land of the free of a champion of freedom. As in the last decades of the grandly...
  • Chefs to serve as culinary diplomats

    Move over, all you Hillary Clinton and Henry Kissinger wanna-bes. Here come Chicago’s Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and Art Smith, along with 87 other renowned chefs, willing to perform a little kitchen diplomacy on behalf of the U.S. Department of...
  • Opera review: 'Nixon in China' by San Francisco Opera hits highs and lows

    Opera review: 'Nixon in China' by San Francisco Opera hits highs and lows
    SAN FRANCISCO — A production here of John Adams' "Nixon in China" begins with a goose-bump gorgeous projection on a scrim in front of the stage of Air Force One gracefully gliding into Beijing through slate gray clouds on a winter's day. Lawrence...
  • Why does Obama keep his cabinet all-stars on the bench?

    As his second term begins, President Barack Obama is in his comfort zone, surrounded by loyal lieutenants. What a contrast to the captivating candidate of 2008, who told Time Magazine's Joe Klein that as president he would be surrounded "by people who...