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  • On foreign policy, a consistently inconsistent president

    On foreign policy, a consistently inconsistent president
    In the wake of his dizzying reverses over chemical weapons in Syria, President Obama has been blasted as inconsistent, impulsive and amateurish in his conduct of foreign policy. But when you look at his actions rather than his words, there's more...
  • France's Francois Hollande takes some credit for Syria deal

    France's Francois Hollande takes some credit for Syria deal
    PARIS -- French President Francois Hollande said Sunday that the prospect of French as well as American intervention led Syria to accept a deal to relinquish its chemical weapons, but he said the international community must continue to maintain the...
  • Obama defends deal with Russia on Syria, says it could end war

    Obama defends deal with Russia on Syria, says it could end war
    WASHINGTON — Defending his handling of the biggest international crisis of his second term, President Obama said a deal to seize Syria’s chemical arsenal could be the foundation for a political settlement to resolve that country’s...
  • Britain, France hail Syria disarmament plan

    Britain, France hail Syria disarmament plan
    LONDON – Britain and France, previously strong advocates for armed reprisals against Damascus, welcomed the U.S.-Russian deal struck Saturday outlining a plan for the Syrian government to give up its chemical weapons stockpile by the middle of...
  • 'My Dinner with Assad' haunts John Kerry

    'My Dinner with Assad' haunts John Kerry
    Is Secretary of State John F. Kerry a hypocrite? That was the implication of a story in the British newspaper the Independent. Here’s the breathless lead: “Pictures have emerged showing the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry dining with...
  • Mohamed Morsi to stand trial in deaths of Egyptian protesters

    Mohamed Morsi to stand trial in deaths of Egyptian protesters
    CAIRO -- Egyptian prosecutors Sunday ordered deposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi to stand trial on murder-related charges, stepping up the military-backed government’s purge of the Muslim Brotherhood amid weeks of unrest that have deeply...
  • Israelis fear U.S. debate on Syria foreshadows weakness on Iran

    Israelis fear U.S. debate on Syria foreshadows weakness on Iran
    JERUSALEM — Israel braced for rockets and got a diplomatic bombshell instead. The Obama administration’s surprise decision to delay a U.S. strike against Syria to allow for congressional debate left anxious Israelis relieved Sunday that...
  • Letters: Egypt's choices and U.S. options

    Re "The limits of democracy," Opinion, Aug. 27 Tsvi Bisk castigates those "preoccupied" with the concept of democracy in Egypt. His analysis is based on three mistaken assumptions. First, Bisk says we should focus on "constitutionalism" rather than...
  • Quiet pyramids, empty hotels: Egypt unrest takes a toll on tourism

    Quiet pyramids, empty hotels: Egypt unrest takes a toll on tourism
    SHARM EL SHEIK, Egypt -- The deadly protests and political turbulence that have swept Egypt in recent months are keeping Western tourists away from the resorts, beaches and famous scuba diving waters across the southern Sinai Peninsula. "This summer is...
  • The case for cutting off aid to Egypt

    The case for cutting off aid to Egypt
    Prominent commentators, including Leslie Gelb, John Bolton and Bret Stephens, are counseling the Obama administration to swallow its qualms about the military coup in Cairo and embrace the generals as the best alternative to the Muslim Brotherhood. This...
  • White House seeks U.N. probe of alleged Syria chemical weapons attack

    White House seeks U.N. probe of alleged Syria chemical weapons attack
    WASHINGTON -- The White House is asking a team of United Nations inspectors to investigate allegations that hundreds of civilians were killed in a chemical weapons attack in Syria on Wednesday. In a statement, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the...