Ben S. Bernanke, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, will talk about his book here Oct. 22 in connection with the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival.
Philanthropist's fund brings Christian refugees from Syria to safety.
In terms of animal prestige, pigs rank low says author Mark Essig.
Contrary to the narrative spun up by Charles Krauthammer (“The Iran deal: What we’ve given up,” April 10) and other prominent neoconservatives, a nuclear framework with Iran does not have to be perfect. Unfortunately, the security environment we must persist in is fraught with uncertainty an…
The self-congratulatory tone of President Obama's speech announcing the agreement was extremely premature.
The Middle East Final Four cartoon (March 21) was a great commentary on the political situation in the region. And last week's news of Saudi and Egyptian military involvement in Yemen added another layer of complexity.
In the Middle East, whatever the avid interventionists suggest probably won't work.
Growing Iranian hegemony is a mortal threat to our allies and interests in the Middle East.
Regarding the letter “U.S. should join Europe in criticizing Israel” (Dec. 31);
Mitchell Bard offers few ways to quell hatred.
Jim Tarrant's letter ("Reduce dependence on oil then get out of Middle East," Sept. 29) seems to miss the point entirely. He apparently feels that the Islamic State terrorist attacks being committed throughout the Middle East are due to our “meddling” in their affairs. Hasn't he been listeni…
The various factions of the Middle East, legitimate and otherwise, have the United States dancing at the end of a string. In “Iraq I” we had to save oil wells from destruction and put out the fires, and now something called Islamic State has us doing the destroying. Oil, oil, oil.
This is a different Obama from the one who spoke in Cairo five years ago, urging a new era in relations between America and the Muslim world.
In "Thirteen Days In September," author paints vivid portraits of Carter, Sadat and Begin.
Clinton acknowledges fatal flaw of Obama's foreign policy: a total absence of strategic thinking.
I read with dismay the column "Peace may never come" (July 20) by Eugene Robinson concerning the conflagration in the Middle East between Israel and Palestine. Especially shocking was his comment that Israelis say, "We will never forgive the Palestinians for forcing us to kill their children…
Problematic FX thriller debuts tonight (June 24).
The stories in the Post-Dispatch are dealing with Iraq, feelings of Iraq veterans and the VA controversy.
With all the problems in the Middle East between Israel and Palestine, I cannot understand why the April 5 edition of the Post-Dispatch carried the U.S. efforts in the Mideast on Page A16 ("U.S. may rethink efforts in Mideast"). I would think the progress of John Kerry's efforts, or lack the…
Pump prices surged this week, but experts say prices should stabilize soon.