Former Washington Post Jerusalem Bureau Chief and Middle East Correspondent Janine Zacharia moderated a discussion with Hoover fellows Michael McFaul and Condoleezza Rice to consider the crucial role of the university in a fragmented world and the way forward in fixing a multitude of broken systems.
Like the Titanic’s architects realizing their fatal design flaw right around the first strains of “Nearer My God To Thee,” Republicans are waking up to the realization that their presidential primary scheme is more Frankenstein than Frank Gehry.
The impetus for John Kerry’s “cessation of hostilities” deal is easy to understand: According to the United Nations, 450,000 Syrians are under siege in 15 locations, and another 4 million are in hard-to-reach areas. The administration’s humanitarian concerns do them credit. But sometimes the best humanitarian contribution is success on the battlefield.
Befitting the state’s quirky image, Alaska lent its voice to Super Tuesday well after the other 10 states had called it a night — and not long before Wednesday’s dawn approached on America’s East Coast.
Mrs. Clinton was won over. Opposition leaders "said all the right things about supporting democracy and inclusivity and building Libyan institutions, providing some hope that we might be able to pull this off," said Philip H. Gordon...
Two things you’re going to hear in abundance on Tuesday night: The returns from the various states participating in the mammoth undertaking that is Super Tuesday, and as a result of those results, who has the inside track on becoming America’s 45th President.
Strong numbers: Obama's policies are working says some Obama economic spokesman. Weak Numbers: We don't pay attention to one month's data says some Obama economic spokesman. We look at the long-term trend. Obama has created millions of jobs. His policies are working.
“The best thing to happen to Trump is that Cruz won his home state because that means he’s going to stay in the race,” said Dave Brady, a professor of political science at Stanford University and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. “And as long as there are five people in the race, that means he can continue to win without winning a majority of the voters.”
The death of US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia could influence the outcome of health care-related cases the Court is scheduled to hear during its current term, which extends through June of this year.