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National Dialogue

Sudan's 60 Years of Bitter Harvest

Gamal Gasim | Posted 01.05.2016 | World
Gamal Gasim

The Sudanese have very little to celebrate on the 60th anniversary of their independence aside from the relative stability of Sudan in comparison with other countries experiencing Arab awakening.

What Yemen's Donors Need to Know

Belkis Wille | Posted 11.22.2014 | World
Belkis Wille

The Friends of Yemen are in a position to wield significant influence, given their crucial financial support for Yemen's failing economy, but they aren't doing enough to address the human rights abuses that lie at the core of Yemen's problems.

A New Kind of National Debate

John Connolly | Posted 07.22.2014 | Politics
John Connolly

What should one make of U.S. political debates? They appear to drag on interminably, rarely reaching a reasonable conclusion or consensus for action.

A Mirror, Darkly

Emmett Rensin | Posted 03.16.2013 | Media
Emmett Rensin

Shouldn't we stop inviting the Jonses, Taitzes, and Becks of the world on national television, letting them embarrass themselves, and then scurrying back to our columns, blogs, and Facebook pages to cite them as representations of mainstream conservative thought?