China and the New Cold War

The burst of good old-fashioned "isolationism" on the Right that followed the implosion of Communism and the end of the Cold War is in danger of sputtering to an abrupt halt. From Pat Buchanan to Gary Bauer to the congressional Republican leadership, just about every political leader and ideologue of a conservative hue has been … Continue reading “China and the New Cold War”

Let’s Declare Victory

As Justin is experiencing side effects of his resumed Keytruda treatment, we are taking this opportunity to run this classic column from November 2001. That’s quite a while ago – and it’s message is (sadly) still as pertinent today as then! The military campaign against the Taliban has fulfilled the expectations of Pakistan’s ruler, General … Continue reading “Let’s Declare Victory”

Mystery in Madrid: Who Raided the North Korean Embassy – and Why?

Of course it was just a coincidence that the first organized attack on a North Korean facility by internal rebels (supposedly) took place days before the scheduled North Korean-US summit in Hanoi. Ten masked men stole computers, interrogated North Korean officials, and drove off in a number of luxury cars. Credit was taken by a … Continue reading “Mystery in Madrid: Who Raided the North Korean Embassy – and Why?”