Regions / North America
The United States is losing patience with Egyptian government.
As we've watched the dramatic events in the Middle East, you would hardly know that we had a thing to do with them.
The Egyptian revolution was no "black swan" -- if Washington were schooled in the latest thinking, it would have anticipated it sooner.
If the two cultures genuinely dislike each other, cooperation between the United States and the Middle East in stamping out terrorism is doomed.
In recent years, it's awarded for acts of life-saving, not war.
Does no nukes equal more might for the U.S.?
Sushi, not long ago a quintessentially Japanese product, has gone global.
Revolutions of world-historic potential, such as we are presently witnessing in Egypt, only happen once in a generation.
CATO report on defense cuts shows how libertarians come in handy on national security.
It's time to scrap our failed client-regime national-security strategy.