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      Facing reality on Iran
      Aug25

      Facing reality on Iran

      Editor’s note: This article appears in the September 7th, 2015 issue of National Review. It is available for National Review subscribers here.When Congress returns to Washington in September, it faces one of its most critical decisions in recent years: whether to reject the Vienna nuclear deal and ostensibly stop President Obama from...

      Jeremy Corbyn and his sinister friends
      Aug20

      Jeremy Corbyn and his sinister friends

      Even if they disagree with his politics, Jeremy Corbyn’s parliamentary colleagues, such as Douglas Carswell from the UK Independence Party (UKIP), acknowledge that he is a nice, down-to-earth fellow; certainly not one of his party’s grandees. Unpretentious, rarely seen wearing a suit and a tie, he’s also been one of the most...

      Links and Quotations: Switching to a desktop, Bill Gates investing in innovation, the new conference call, and more
      Aug12

      Links and Quotations: Switching to a desktop, Bill Gates investing in innovation, the new conference call, and more

      Your daily dose of science, business, and technology.Hackers stole secrets for up to $100 million insider-trading profit – Reuters – “A group of mainly US-based stock traders and computer hackers in Ukraine made as much as $100 million in illegal profits over five years by conspiring to use information stolen from thousands of corporate press...

      How to end Putinism
      Aug07

      How to end Putinism

      This article will be published in the August 17 edition of The Weekly Standard.“Russia is a friendly, European country,” said President Vladimir Putin in a 2001 address to the Bundestag in Berlin. Putin told German lawmakers he applauded European integration, believed in the unity of European culture, and was convinced that no one had benefited...

      Debating the dubious Iran deal
      Aug05

      Debating the dubious Iran deal

      With so many flaws, the Vienna agreement on Iran’s nuclear-weapons program is generating considerable debate. But beyond the deal’s many deficiencies, broader implications — almost entirely negative for the United States and its closest allies — are still not well understood.kisa kuyruk / Shutterstock.comAmericans must consider these...

      5 questions every presidential candidate should answer: Special operations forces edition
      Aug04

      5 questions every presidential candidate should answer: Special operations forces edition

      Despite their “quiet professional” ethos, special operations forces have received a lot of attention in the past several years. From movies such as “Zero Dark Thirty” to speeches at football games and graduations, recent, public conversation about special operations forces has dispelled many of the myths and legends about this long misunderstood...

      Putinformation
      Aug03

      Putinformation

      Traveling recently in what might be called “new frontline” states—Estonia, Ukraine, and Moldova—I was struck by the depth of concern I encountered about Russian propaganda. And not just propaganda aimed at the Russian population and neighboring countries. At a conference in Tallinn, a Politico reporter and experienced Russia hand who had just...

      Putinology
      Jul30

      Putinology

      Two schools have vied at center stage in recent years seeking to explain the foreign policy behavior of Putin’s Russia. One essentially places the blame almost entirely at the West’s door: The annexation of Crimea and the war on Ukraine were responses to the West’s insufficient sensitivity to Russian “national interests.”...

      Russia and China fuel Asia’s other ‘Great Game’
      Jul30

      Russia and China fuel Asia’s other ‘Great Game’

      Asia watchers have spent years divining the growing competition between the U.S. and China in East Asia, seen by some as a new version of the 19th century Great Game — the Central Asian rivalry between the Russian and British empires. Those predicting conflict feel justified by recent tensions in the South China Sea, while others argue...

      Congress should fact-check the Kurds
      Jul28

      Congress should fact-check the Kurds

      Make no mistake: It is essential that the Iraqi government, and Iraqi and Syrian Kurds both have the material they need to fight the Islamic State (ISIS, ISIL, Daesh). When Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi took the reins of power in Baghdad in 2014, he inherited an impossible situation: ISIS had seized broad swaths of territory, including Mosul,...

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