Shame on the Democratic presidential frontrunners for not raising this subject more often. Shame on reporters who take the shibboleth from the White House as if it were fact.
Europeans (and most of the world) hate Bush not just for his ignorance on foreign affairs but also his stubbornness. Wait until they meet John McCain.
Obama should seize the opportunity to portray McCain as out-of-touch with average Americans but also with the reality on the ground in Iraq.
Dmitri Medvedev pledges to Russian voters that he is the best candidate who can guarantee that things in Moscow will not change. Vote for him and nothing abrupt will happen.
We've entered a post-GWOT world and not a second too soon. Besides the fact it was an abysmal failure--terrorist attacks have gone up since 9/11 everywhere, it was never a real war.
The awkward exchange over Putin's successor shows that where they are weakest -- foreign policy -- neither candidate has given much thought beyond NAFTA.
The so-called "Sunni Awakening" is a sham. We are, in effect, arming and bribing Sunnis to kill al-Qaeda in Iraq forces. Let's not kid ourselves why there has been this reduction in violence.