The Radicalism of Bill de Blasio

National Review Online | Published on September 23, 2013

By Stanley Kurtz

Bill de Blasio’s radical pedigree gives a troubling glimpse of the Democratic Party’s future.

Theory of Evolution

Claremont Review of Books | Published on September 16, 2013

By Stanley Kurtz

Culture complications and national security risks pose potentially insurmountable barriers to a policy of democracy promotion in the Middle East.

This Was a Samantha Power Speech

National Review Online | Published on September 10, 2013

By Stanley Kurtz

President Obama’s speech on Syria reflects a new approach to foreign policy that prioritizes humanitarianism over America’s strategic interests – which will inevitably result in disastrous outcomes for both.

Public Opinion and the Syria Strike

National Review Online | Published on September 7, 2013

By Stanley Kurtz

The Obama administration’s handling of Syria has already damaged America’s credibility abroad. Pursuing an ill-advised intervention with little support from the American public would damage it further.

The Frightening Truth About Syria’s WMDs

National Review Online | Published on September 3, 2013

By Stanley Kurtz

The greatest threat posed by Syria’s chemical weapons is not their internal use, but their proliferation—and the United States has no good options to stop them.