President Joe Biden delivers remarks announcing CHIPS and Science Act grants to Intel to expand U.S. semiconductor production, Wednesday, March 20, 2024, at the Intel Ocotillo Campus in Chandler, Arizona. President Joe Biden delivers remarks announcing CHIPS and Science Act grants to Intel to expand U.S. semiconductor production, Wednesday, March 20, 2024, at the Intel Ocotillo Campus in Chandler, Arizona.

Biden: We Welcome Immigrants!

A minor gaffe is overshadowing a more complicated story.

House Approves $61 Billion Ukraine Aid Package

A win for the good guys and a loss for Trump and Putin.

Argentina Applies for NATO Partnership

The Western sphere widens.

Frozen Russian Assets to Fund Ukraine War

It’s about time.

Johnson Risks Speakership for Foreign Aid

A set of bills would fund Ukraine, Israel, and other bipartisan priorities while ticking of the MAGA crowd.

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Ukraine Losing and Growing Demoralized

While the West dithers, Russia is doubling down.

Biden Joins the Israel Outrage Bandwagon

The Netanyahu government has few friends.

Islamic State Attacks Moscow Concert Venue

Putin ignored warnings from US intelligence.

Putin Wins Again!

He’s on a winning streak not seen since Stalin.

Deepfakes and Election Disinformation

A long-predicted threat has emerged.

Pope Urges Ukraine to Surrender, er, Negotiate

The “courage of the white flag” is a horrible idea.

Biden Delivers ‘Fiery’ Campaign Speech

The state of the union is apparently fiery.

Is Western Civilization Real?

A scholarly treatise argues it is not.

Protecting Privacy in a World Without Privacy

A well-intentioned but likely doomed effort.

The Pretend Primary

In a shocking development, the overwhelming frontrunner is winning.

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Congress Spills the Beans on Russian Capability

The White House is doing damage control.

The Hur Report and Beau Biden

A new report puts the conversation in a different light.

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Joint Chiefs Chair Caught in the Middle

In the Trump era, it’s all politics.

Trump Would Encourage Russia to Attack NATO Members Who Don’t Pay Up

Yet more evidence the man is unfit to serve as Commander-in-Chief.

U.S. Strikes Against Iranian Targets Coming

The Secretary of Defense has outlined the parameters.

Russia’s Continued Cheating in International Sports

The sad joke continues.

Pelosi Pleas for FBI to Probe Pro-Palestinian Protestors

A bizarre call from the former Speaker.

Foreign Policy Tops American Priorities!

A misleading survey result.

A Bad Year For The West?

The BBC’s security correspondent thinks so.

Xmas Day Tabs

Trump Doubles Down on Fascism

The Republican frontrunner continues to use Hitler’s language, praise dictators, and lionize traitors.

Geert Wilders ‘Wins’ Dutch Elections

The trend toward hard-right parties continues.

Mike Johnson is Very Religious

His critics are focused on the wrong problem.

The Fine Line Between Supporter and Co-Belligerent

America’s involvement in the Israeli and Ukrainian war efforts is more than advertised.

Squaring the Circle on the Israel-Gaza War

Outsiders seem to want the impossible.

President Joe Biden disembarks Air Force One, Tuesday, March 28, 2023, at Raleigh-Durham International Airport in Morrisville, North Carolina. President Joe Biden disembarks Air Force One, Tuesday, March 28, 2023, at Raleigh-Durham International Airport in Morrisville, North Carolina.

President Biden to Visit Israel

A high-stakes move.

Where Does Europe End?

An idea, not a continent.

Ukraine Taking The War to Russia

The tables have turned.

Breaking the Ukraine Stalemate

Will taking the war to Moscow change Putin’s calculus?

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The India Dilemma

An increasingly undemocratic regional power is a necessary but unreliable partner.

Deutschland Unter Alles

Germany’s economy is among the worst in the OECD.

Trump Meets The Press

It turns out, he wasn’t all that truthful.

Impeachment Rationalizations

Jonathan Turley’s defense of the impeachment inquiry is not impressive.

Far Right Politics Spreading Across the West

The trend shows no sign of abating.

A Tale Of Two Chinas

Its economic bubble has burst, which may make them more dangerous.

Bill Richardson, 1947-2023

The longtime politician and statesman is gone at 75.

Russia Laundering Propaganda Through Western Media

The US government is fighting back, albeit subtly.

First Republican Debate of 2024 Season

Vivek Ramaswamy’s national coming out party was, well, interesting.

Yevgeny Prigozhin Assassinated

The Wagner chief is presumed dead after his plane was shot down.

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Ukraine May Fall Short

Yet more leaked intelligence gives a gloomy forecast.

America’s Forgotten Empire

Our Pacific territories are giving more than they’re getting.

How Does This War End?

Russian war crimes have made a diplomatic settlement next to impossible.

US to Cooperate with Hague on Russia War Crimes

President Biden has ended a months-long impasse.

Pentagon Senior Leader Backlog Growing

The standoff with Senator Tuberville is reaching crisis levels.