Turkey: Last week’s mass military resignations signal the end of Ataturk’s secular vision.
Oslo attacks: Why did so many experts blame Islamic terrorists?
Murdoch scandal: Is his domination of the British political class finally coming to an end?
News of the World: Rupert Murdoch and his minions really did lower the tone of Britain’s tabloid press.
Gaza flotilla: Some questions for the activists sailing to Gaza.
Michele Bachmann: A small-town, small-minded isolationist.
Patrick Leigh Fermor, 1915-2011: scholar, writer, hero.
Weinergate: How Anthony Weiner and John Edwards lost control of their private parts.
Ratko Mladic: The West’s failure to confront Serbia prolonged the violence.
Nuclear proliferation: Disarmament and democracy are natural allies.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the silly stereotypes about American and European morals.
Noam Chomsky on Osama Bin Laden: stupid, inconsistent, and ignorant.
Osama Bin Laden’s legacy: It will depend in part on what Obama does next.
War in Libya: America needs an entrance strategy, not an exit strategy.
Robert Mugabe: Peter Godwin’s The Fear tries to explain how he has remained in power so long.
Florida Quran burning: Hamid Karzai encourages a mob mentality in Afghanistan.
If Saddam Hussein were still in power, the uprisings in Egypt, Tunisia, and Libya could never have happened.
Obama Libya policy: Doing nothing is not an option.
Libya: Obama’s response to the Libyan crisis is shamefully inadequate.
Raymond Davis’ treatment in Pakistan shows how dysfunctional our relationship is.