The U.S. shouldn’t worry about Muslim backlash. UPDATE: President says no, he will not release the photos.
In an effort to undermine the Assad regime, the State Department gave millions of dollars to what they define as "liberal and moderate" Islamist groups.
Secularist parties have a clear majority of support, but the Brotherhood might still have significant sway over the government.
The language and actions of the Iranian government strongly indicate it is preparing for war in Bahrain.
The host of the popular TV show The Way of the Master inexplicably praises the Libyan dictator.
The West has an opportunity to cause Assad enormous stress, or even to topple him. (Also see today's Tatler coverage on Syria.)
Limiting our objective to a ceasefire allows a deranged Gaddafi to remain, does not protect the rebels, and requires a lengthy military obligation.
The arrests of two opposition leaders present the U.S. and the West with a chance to strengthen the Iranian democracy movement. (More from Michael Ledeen: Norooz: The Opposition Grows.)
The director of national intelligence doesn’t seem to understand that when an American official speaks, he’s talking to the world.
While President Obama stays in the background, European leaders have moved to the forefront of efforts to protect the West from Islamic extremism.
A new film about the Iranian regime highlights the mortal danger they represent to the U.S. and the West. (And don't miss "POLIWOOD- Iranium: The film Ahmadinejad does not want you to see.")
A new poll hints at hope for a pro-Western future. (Also read "Terrible: CBS reporter sexually assaulted and beaten while covering Egypt’s riots" and "Latest on Logan assault: Crowd chanted ‘Jew! Jew!’" at the Tatler.)
The New Jersey governor's stardom has just hit a bump, as he is under fire for embracing Muslims with Islamist ties.
The GOP activist says he's not calling for cutting and running, but the reality is it can't be anything else.
How the MOA is using a front group that performs outreach to Christians in order to obscure its radical, anti-Semitic activities.
Two longshots with the potential to roil the GOP primaries in 2012 are making noises about running.
Wikileaks reveals the junta's quest for nukes.
Brace yourself for a slick sensitivity roadshow.
The huge demonstrations may be a thing of the past, but numerous protests on Ashura Day went unnoticed by the Western press.
The picture of Israel that is emerging from the documents is the opposite of the damaging narrative that has been advanced for 60 years.
A proper understanding of the regime’s behavior does offer a way to deter Kim Jong-Il.
The cables released very encouraging news about a coalescing opposition to the two regimes.
If they'll put politics above national security, they'll put politics above you.