Opinion: The New Geopolitics of the Middle East – Inside Sources

In his first trip to the Middle East as president in July, Joe Biden arrived in Israel to provide an opportunity for communications between countries and to support a more stable region. In this four-day trip to Israel and Saudi Arabia, Biden strengthened relations with old allies and brought Riyadh and Tel Aviv closer. Three

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Is a US-Russia War Becoming Inevitable? – Patrick Buchanan

At the NATO summit in Madrid, Finland was invited to join the alliance. What does this mean for Finland? If Russian President Vladimir Putin breaches the 830-mile Finnish border, the United States will rise to Helsinki’s defense and fight Russia on Finland’s side. What does Finland’s membership in NATO mean for America? If Putin makes

Michael Barone

Opinion: Volodymyr Zelensky Transforms Germany — and Europe – Michael Barone

It’s been a week since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and Kyiv, and even Kharkiv, 20 miles from the Russian border, remain under Ukrainian control. Contrary to many predictions, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s forces have fallen short of their goals so far, but there can be no certainty about the outcome in Ukraine — or


Opinion: Critical Mineral Supplies Challenge our Energy and National Security

Energy security has long been viewed through the lens of the oil barrel. In fact, the International Energy Agency (IEA) was founded in 1974 following an oil crisis that saw rationing and global economic disruption. But as the world moves to renewable energy and an electric vehicle (EV) future, energy security is changing as well.

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