The military strategist talks about Israeli security, Henry Kissinger, the Arab Spring, and the death of Osama Bin Laden
Robert Satloff: Hanging by a Thread
Two decades of disuse and neglect may have made salvaging Egypt-Israel peace in the post-Mubarak era an impossible task. But the stakes are too high not to try.
Matthew Levitt: It's the Ideology, Stupid
It is axiomatic that the United States cannot simply capture and kill its way out of the problem; it must find a way to take on the extremist ideology directly
Brent E. Sasley: Turkey as the New Norway?
Lawrence E. Harrison: After the Arab Spring, Culture Still Matters
James Lewis: On Being Governed By Scientific Frauds
Two centuries after Jefferson, Franklin, and Benjamin Rush, we are now governed by science frauds. Just let that little fact bubble in your mind -- and then do something about it, please. If we don't do anything, nobody will. There's far too much money in scientific fraud for it to go away by itself.
WITOLD RYBCZYNSKI: The Blast-Proof City
Federal buildings and monuments across the United States are now bomb-proof fortresses. But what's being lost in our relentless pursuit of total safety?
Meet the new power players
Ten years ago, 9/11 announced an important change in how the world works. Our thinking hasn’t caught up yet.
Mark Sumner: Serfs up: how coddling the rich is destroying the American dream(MUST READ!)