Two big opportunities have appeared on the international scene in recent days – one with Iran, the other with Syria.
If you live in the United States, you know that there is a battle royal over the three-year-old Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare.”
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s “charm offensive” is indeed charming.
Call it the baby cold war.
Civil society needs protection from becoming a soft target, but it cannot pay for that protection with the loss of essential freedom.
Radicals are aggressive by nature. Moderates are not. But moderates abound.
Once again, a fiscal cliff looms.
Yesterday, Iran released 11 political prisoners, including a prominent human rights lawyer and a reformist politician.
When big things break, a different kind of genius is needed: improvisation.
Despite all the diplomatic twists and turns since the attack – and the logistical difficulties involved in securing the weapons in a war zone – the neutralization of Assad’s chemical arsenal is about to begin.