Investigating the Investigators

Investigating the Investigators

by Victor Davis Hanson October 28, 2017 Despite having both an expansive budget and a large legal team, Special Investigator Robert Mueller likely will not find President Trump culpable for any Russian collusion—or at least no court or congressional vote would, even...
The Syrian Civil War Is Decided

The Syrian Civil War Is Decided

by Charles Glass October 26, 2017 Syrian President Bashar al Assad must have taken a lesson or two from the master American politician, late Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley. When Chicago police beat and abused young anti-war demonstrators during the Democratic National...
Europe’s Border Problem

Europe’s Border Problem

The idea of old nations reasserting themselves and questioning the legitimacy of borders terrifies the EU. by George Friedman October 24, 2017 For centuries Europe has fought wars over borders. During the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, Europe’s...
In China, a Strategy Born of Weakness

In China, a Strategy Born of Weakness

by George Friedman October 23, 2017 China’s actions so far in the ongoing North Korean affair have been ambiguous. In order to try to understand China’s strategy toward North Korea, it is necessary to understand China’s strategy in general. To do that, it is important...