If reconstruction is to succeed in Iraq, Iraqis need a mature, responsible media establishment.
Free Iraq's first delegation to the United Nations includes a longtime diplomat for Saddam Hussein.
The left wing of the Supreme Court votes against the Children's Internet Protection Act.
Independent newspapers--and public opinion polling--come to Baghdad.
Egypt's Sakharov, Saad Eddin Ibrahim, is aquitted by Egypt's highest court.
The president commits himself to the future of Iraq.
You may have heard the story about how Colin Powell forced the U.N. to cover Picasso's "Guernica" while he made the case for war in Iraq. It isn't true.
An Iraqi leader outlines the steps the coalition must take to help reassure Iraqis that their liberation is at hand.
George W. Bush and Tony Blair have both courageously stood up to Saddam, but for different reasons.
The coming war in Iraq is not one of necessity, it is, like our Civil War, a war of choice.
On whether "The Hours" succeeds or fails in its ambition to profundity.
Claudia Winkler, free associator.
A new survey shows that the religion gap is bigger and of more consequence than you think--both for Republicans and Democrats.
In his self-congratulatory Nobel Lecture, the former president proves he's still as naive as ever.
The most troubling aspect of the Osama letter isn't that it's fake. It's that it's the work of a "moderate."
Lost in the sea of glad tidings last week was this good news: Oregon voters roundly rejected Measure 23--a liberal health-care fantasy proposal.
The Institute for American Values engages Saudi Arabia--with a little help from Al Jazeera.
Gary Milhollin and the Wisconsin Project have helped shape the conversation on renewed weapons inspections.
Two noted academics survey September 11 and decide that faith is the great evil.
Chuck Lichenstein, 1926-2002. An honest diplomat heads off into the sunset.
Claudia Anderson is managing editor of The Weekly Standard. Before the magazine was launched, she worked in daily journalism for 13 years--as chief editorial writer for Scripps Howard, editorial page editor of the Cincinnati Post, and editorial writer for the Buffalo Courier-Express. From 1975 to 1982 she edited books for the American Enterprise Institute. She has a master’s degree in medieval history from the University of California, Berkeley.