Published April 30, 2013
It isn’t capitalism but Western protectionism and a government that plays favorites, that turned Bangladesh into Sweatshop Nation.
Published April 05, 2013
Even experienced North Korea watchers are wondering if this time the annual Kabuki dance in which the country’s dictator threatens war in order to win more food and foreign currency concessions from us and the South Koreans, might not actually be for real.
Published January 31, 2013
If you still think the future of Israel looks bleak, think again.
Published January 03, 2013
Soap opera dramatics about fiscal cliffs and sequestration shouldn’t deflect from where President Obama is really taking this country.
Published December 10, 2012
If President Obama gets his way on taxing the so-called rich, the rulers in Beijing should have a very merry Christmas, indeed.
Published December 04, 2012
The Internet has been the embodiment of American ways of freedom of expression, equality of opportunity for access to knowledge, and free enterprise through the web. What’s coming these next twelve days in Dubai would wreck that forever.
Published November 29, 2012
The real goal of getting Republicans to cave on taxes is to detach them from their Tea Party and conservative base, and wreck any chance of a repeat of 2010's GOP surge–not to mention recapturing the White House in 2016.
Published November 13, 2012
As Congressional hearings on the Benghazi attack begin again this week, three key issues demand answers.
Published October 22, 2012
If Mitt Romney really wants to win tonight’s foreign affairs debate–and very probably wrap up this election–he needs to stay laser-focused on one issue: Libya and the death of Ambassador Christopher Stevens.
Published October 11, 2012
In order to preserve the fiction that the Obama policy in Libya was working, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was willing to put the life of our ambassador at mortal risk.