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Charles Krauthammer

Charles Krauthammer

Charles Krauthammer was born in 1950 in New York City. He grew up in Montreal and was educated at McGill University (B A. with First Class Honors in Political Science and Economics, 1970), Oxford University (Commonwealth Scholar in Politics at Balliol College, 1970-71), and Harvard University (MD, Harvard Medical School, 1975).

From 1975-78 Krauthammer practiced medicine as a Resident and then Chief Resident in Psychiatry at the Massachusetts General Hospital. His scientific papers, including his co-discovery of a form of manic-depressive illness, are still frequently cited in the psychiatric literature.

In 1978, Krauthammer quit psychiatry and came to Washington to serve as a science adviser in the Carter Administration and, later, speechwriter to Vice President Walter Mondale. In 1981, he joined the staff of The New Republic where he was an essayist and editor from 1981 -88. In the mid-eighties he began writing a weekly syndicated column for The Washington Post and a monthly essay for Time magazine.

In his first full year as a syndicated columnist, Krauthammer won the Pulitzer Prize (Distinguished Commentary, 1987). His New Republic essays won the highest award in magazine writing, the National Magazine Award for Essays and Criticism (1984). In 1997, the Washingtonian magazine named him among the top 50 most influential journalists in the national press corps.

Krauthammer has won awards for his writing on everything from the economics of oil (the Champion/Tuck Media Award for Economic Understanding) to religion in civil society (People for the American Way, First Amendment Award). His essays have appeared in dozens of anthologies on subjects ranging from nuclear deterrence to gay marriage. A collection of his essays and columns, Cutting Edges, was published in 1985 (Random House).

Krauthammer is a regular weekly panelist on Inside Washington, Washington’s highest rated political TV talk show, and a contributing editor to The New Republic and The Weekly Standard. In addition, also serves on the Editorial Board of several journals, including the National Interest and the Public Interest.

Krauthammer lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland, with his wife, Robyn, an artist, and son Daniel.

Recent articles by Charles Krauthammer

OBAMA'S DISTRACTIONS?Washington PostApril 25, 2008
THE HOLOCAUST DECLARATIONWashington PostApril 11, 2008
THE FABULIST Vs. THE SAINTWashington PostApril 4, 2008
THE SPEECH: A BRILLIANT FRAUDWashington PostMarch 21, 2008
ADVENTURES IN IDENTITY POLITICSWashington PostMarch 14, 2008
THE GREAT NON SEQUITURWashington PostMarch 7, 2008
IN DEFENSE OF LOBBYINGWashington PostFebruary 29, 2008
DEMOCRATS DUG IN FOR RETREATWashington PostFebruary 22, 2008
THE APOSTATE SHERIFFWashington PostFebruary 8, 2008
CLAWING FOR A LEGACYWashington PostFebruary 1, 2008
LOSING UGLYWashington PostJanuary 25, 2008
BLACK DREAMS, WHITE LIBERALSWashington PostJanuary 18, 2008
A SNEAR, A TEAR, A COMEBACKWashington PostJanuary 11, 2008
AN OVERDOSE OF PUBLIC PIETYWashington PostDecember 14, 2007
ALLIANCES IN RUINS?Washington PostNovember 16, 2007
MARCOS... PINOCHET... MUSHARRAF?Washington PostNovember 9, 2007
THE GREAT NAVIGATORWashington PostOctober 12, 2007
FRANCE FLIPS WHILE CONGRESS SHIFTSWashington PostSeptember 28, 2007
MIDDLE EAST VOLCANOWashington PostSeptember 21, 2007
A 'REALISTIC CHANCE' OF SUCCESSWashington PostSeptember 14, 2007
THE PARTITIONING OF IRAQWashington PostSeptember 7, 2007
THE IRAQI CONVERGENCEWashington PostAugust 24, 2007
THE IRAQI CONVERGENCEWashington PostAugust 24, 2007
BOOK REVIEW BY AMIR TAHERI: THE ISLAMIST, BY ED HUSAINAsharq AlawsatAugust 23, 2007
RETURN OF THE NATURALWashington PostAugust 17, 2007
STRIKE TWOWashington PostJuly 27, 2007
THE 20 PERCENT SOLUTIONWashington PostJuly 20, 2007
DESERTING PETRAEUSWashington PostJuly 13, 2007
THE TAX-FREE LUNCHWashington PostJune 29, 2007
LAST CHANCE FOR ABBASWashington PostJune 22, 2007
GOOD FENCESWashington PostJune 15, 2007
TWO YEARS OF HUMBLE PIEWashington PostJune 8, 2007
GET IN LINE, EINSTEINWashington PostJune 1, 2007
ONE SHORT AMENDMENTWashington PostMay 25, 2007
PRELUDE TO THE SIX DAYSWashington PostMay 18, 2007
GIULIANI'S ABORTION 'GAFFE'Washington PostMay 11, 2007
REWRITING HISTORYWashington PostMay 4, 2007
BORIS THE LIBERATOR, RIPWashington PostApril 27, 2007
A MOMENT OF SILENCEWashington PostApril 20, 2007
THE SURGE: FIRST FRUITSWashington PostApril 13, 2007
BRITAIN'S HUMILIATION ---AND EUROPE'SWashington PostApril 6, 2007
WHICH IS "THE REAL WAR"?Washington PostMarch 30, 2007
UNNECESSARY SCANDALWashington PostMarch 23, 2007
DIAGNOSIS: CHENEYWashington PostMarch 16, 2007
FITZGERALD'S FOLLYWashington PostMarch 9, 2007
MUSIC OF THE SPHERESWashington PostMarch 2, 2007
NO WAY TO END A WARWashington PostFebruary 23, 2007
THE PUTIN DOCTRINEWashington PostFebruary 16, 2007
THE WAR AND THE WORDSWashington PostFebruary 9, 2007
WHO'S TO BLAME FOR THE KILLINGWashington PostFebruary 2, 2007
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE?Washington PostJanuary 26, 2007
A PLAUSIBLE PLAN BWashington PostJanuary 19, 2007
STEM CELL MIRACLE?Washington PostJanuary 12, 2007
NO DANCING IN THE END ZONEWashington PostDecember 22, 2006
IN BAKER'S BLUNDER, A CHANCE FOR BUSHWashington PostDecember 15, 2006
THAT MURDER IN LONDONWashington PostDecember 8, 2006
THIS IS REALISM?Washington PostDecember 1, 2006
THROW THE JEW JOKE DOWN THE WELLWashington PostNovember 24, 2006
WHY IRAQ IS CRUMBLINGWashington PostNovember 17, 2006
ONLY A MINOR EARTHQUAKEWashington PostNovember 10, 2006
WINNING BY LOSINGWashington PostOctober 28, 2006
WORLD CHANGES FOR BETTER IF THE JAPANESE GO NUCLEARHouston ChronicleOctober 21, 2006
WORLD WAR II IS OVERWashington PostOctober 19, 2006
SEX SCANDALS AND DOUBLE STANDARDSThe Weekly Standard10/16/2006, Volume 012, Issue 05
WHAT WILL STOP NORTH KOREAWashington PostOctober 13, 2006
ANGELS AND INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATESWashington PostOctober 6, 2006
TOLERANCE: A TWO-WAY STREETWashington PostSeptember 22, 2006
THE TEHRAN CALCULUSWashington PostSeptember 15, 2006
IRAQ: A CIVIL WAR WE CAN STILL WINWashington PostSeptember 8, 2006
HEZBOLLAH'S 'VICTORY'Washington PostSeptember 1, 2006
THE PERILS OF USING 'THE ALLIES'Washington PostAugust 25, 2006
A MOMENT TO BE SEIZED IN LEBANONWashington PostAugust 18, 2006
SHORT-TERM GAIN, LONG-TERM PAINWashington PostAugust 11, 2006
ISRAEL'S LOST MOMENTWashington PostAugust 4, 2006
'DISPROPORTIONATE' IN WHAT MORAL UNIVERSE?Washington PostJuly 28, 2006
WHY THEY FIGHTWashington PostJuly 14, 2006
EMERGENCY OVER, SAITH THE COURTWashington PostJuly 7, 2006
AMNESTY FOR INSURGENTS? YES.Washington PostJune 30, 2006
WHY I LOVE AUSTRALIAWashington PostJune 23, 2006
WHO IS TO BLAME FOR GRIEF ON A BEACH?Washington PostJune 16, 2006
A BAN WE DON'T (YET) NEEDWashington PostJune 9, 2006
BEER? HOT DOGS? STEROIDS?Washington PostJune 2, 2006
WHY IS BORDER SECURITY "CONSERVATIVE"?Washington PostMay 19, 2006
NEVER AGAIN?Washington PostMay 5, 2006
SAY IT WITH ME: SUPPLY AND DEMANDWashington PostApril 28, 2006
THE GENERALS' DANGEROUS WHISPERSWashington PostApril 21, 2006
IMMIGRANTS MUST CHOOSEWashington PostApril 14, 2006
OF COURSE IT'S A CIVIL WARWashington PostMarch 24, 2006
PANDORA AND POLYGAMYWashington PostMarch 17, 2006
THE KURD CARDWashington PostMarch 10, 2006
OSCARS FOR OSAMAWashington PostMarch 3, 2006
QUELL QUAILGATEWashington PostFebruary 17, 2006
CURSE OF THE MODERATESWashington PostFebruary 10, 2006
PALESTINE WITHOUT ILLUSIONSWashington PostFebruary 3, 2006
THE IRAN CHARADE, PART IIWashington PostJanuary 18, 2006
'MUNICH,' THE TRAVESTYWashington PostJanuary 13, 2006
A CALAMITY FOR ISRAELWashington PostJanuary 6, 2006
IMPEACHMENT NONSENSEWashington PostDecember 23, 2005
IN IRAN, ARMING FOR ARMAGEDDONWashington PostDecember 16, 2005
MAN FOR A GLASS BOOTHWashington PostDecember 9, 2005
SWEET LAND OF GIVINGWashington PostNovember 25, 2005
PHONY THEORY, FALSE CONFLICTWashington PostNovember 18, 2005
PUMP SOME SERIOUSNESS INTO ENERGY POLICYWashington PostNovember 11, 2005
DISTORTING SAM ALITOWashington PostNovember 4, 2005
MIERS: THE ONLY EXIT STRATEGYWashington PostOctober 21, 2005
A FLU HOPE, OR HORROR?Washington PostOctober 14, 2005
WHITDRAW THIS NOMINEEWashington PostOctober 7, 2005
BAD CHOICE FOR AN ANTIWAR VOICEWashington PostSeptember 30, 2005
ROE v. ROBERTSWashington PostSeptember 16, 2005
WHERE TO POINT THE FINGERSWashington PostSeptember 9, 2005
A SENSIBLE IRAQI CONSTITUTIONWashington PostSeptember 2, 2005
THE STAKES AFTER GAZAWashington PostAugust 26, 2005
SETTING LIMITS ON TOLERANCEWashington PostAugust 12, 2005
CELL LINES, MORAL LINESWashington PostAugust 5, 2005
GIVE GRANDMA A PASSWashington PostJuly 29, 2005
ROBERT'S BLANK SLATEWashington PostJuly 22, 2005
PHILOSOPHY FOR A JUDGEWashington PostJuly 8, 2005
SHELVE THIS DEADLINEWashington PostJuly 1, 2005
A PARTY WITHOUT IDEASWashington PostJune 24, 2005
ASSIMILATION NATIONWashington PostJune 17, 2005
GITMO GROVEL: ENOUGH ALREADYWashington PostJune 3, 2005
PROFILES IN FLINCHINGWashington PostMay 27, 2005
NUCLEAR? NO, RESTORATIONWashington PostMay 13, 2005
THE SAME OLD SAW ON SOCIAL SECURITYWashington PostMay 6, 2005
OUR OWN COOL HAND LUKEWashington PostApril 29, 2005
JUDICIAL INSANITYWashington PostApril 22, 2005
SUFFERING A RELAPSE, AND LOVING ITWashington PostApril 15, 2005
THE POWER OF FAITHWashington PostApril 4, 2005
SYRIA AND THE NEW AXIS OF EVILWashington PostApril 1, 2005
BETWEEN TRAVESTY AND TRAGEDYWashington PostMarch 23, 2005
THOU SHALT NOT CREATEWashington PostMarch 11, 2005
THE ROAD TO DAMASCUSWashington PostMarch 4, 2005
ISRAEL DRAWS THE LINEWashington PostFebruary 25, 2005
2042? A FISCAL ODYSSEYWashington PostFebruary 18, 2005
WHY THE PALESTINIANS CAME TO THE TABLEWashington PostFebruary 11, 2005
FREE TO DANCE IN IRAQWashington PostFebruary 4, 2005
TOMORROW'S THREATWashington PostJanuary 21, 2005
RATHER BIASEDWashington PostJanuary 14, 2005
ARAFAT'S HEIRWashington PostJanuary 7, 2005
JUST LEAVE CHRISTMAS ALONEWashington PostDecember 17, 2004
THE AFGHAN MIRACLEWashington PostDecember 10, 2004
WHY ONLY IN UKRAINE?Washington PostDecember 3, 2004
A FIGHT FOR SHIITESWashington PostNovember 26, 2004
'MORAL VALUES' MYTHWashington PostNovember 12, 2004
USING ALL OF A MANDATEWashington PostNovember 5, 2004
KERRY'S AFGHAN AMNESIAWashington PostOctober 29, 2004
SACRIFICING ISRAELWashington PostOctober 22, 2004
AN EDWARDS OUTRAGEWashington PostOctober 15, 2004
TERRORISTS' CANDIDATES?Washington PostOctober 8, 2004
THE VIETNAMIZATION OF JOHN KERRYWashington PostOctober 1, 2004
THE ART OF LOSING FRIENDSWashington PostSeptember 24, 2004
JOHN KERRY'S WAR DANCEWall Street JournalSeptember 17, 2004
KERRY THE SPECTATORWashington PostSeptember 10, 2004
THE CASE FOR BUSHTime MagazineAugust 29, 2004
DEMOCRATS ASK: HOW CAN WE LOSE TO THIS IDIOT?Wall Street JournalAugust 27, 2004
THE PRESSURE-COOKER THEORYWashington PostAugust 27, 2004
A BETTER DEFENSEWashington PostAugust 20, 2004
THIS IS REFORM?Washington PostAugust 13, 2004
MUFFING THE BOUNCEWashington PostAugust 6, 2004
AXIS OF EVIL, PART TWOWashington PostJuly 23, 2004
TRAVESTY AT THE HAGUEWashington PostJuly 16, 2004
BLIXFUL AMNESIAWashington PostJuly 9, 2004
IN DEFENSE OF THE F-WORDWashington PostJuly 2, 2004
CLINTON WRIT SMALLWashington PostJune 25, 2004
ISRAEL'S INTIFADA VICTORYWashington PostJune 18, 2004
REAGAN REVISIONISMWashington PostJune 11, 2004
IRAQ HISTORY LESSONWashington PostJune 4, 2004
PARENTHESIS TO HISTORYWashington PostMay 28, 2004
TAX AND DRILLWashington PostMay 21, 2004
THE ABU GHRAIB PANICWashington PostMay 14, 2004
ABU GHRAIB AS SYMBOLWashington PostMay 7, 2004
THE REAL MIDEAST 'POISON'Washington PostApril 30, 2004
KERRY ADRIFTWashington PostApril 23, 2004
THIS IS HARDLY VIETNAMWashington PostApril 16, 2004
HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGEDTownhallApril 9, 2004
PHONY AGONYWashington PostApril 2, 2004
SEPT. 11, LIES AND 'MISTAKES'Washington PostMarch 26, 2004
SPANIARDS CAPITULATING...Washington PostMarch 19, 2004
TRIPE A LA MODEWashington PostMarch 12, 2004
GIBSON'S BLOOD LIBELWashington PostMarch 5, 2004
REVOLUTION BY FIATWashington PostFebruary 27, 2004
THE DEMOCRATS' SMEAR RACEWashington PostFebruary 20, 2004
THE OTHER SHOEWashington PostFebruary 13, 2004
AFTER SEPT. 11, IT'S VETERANS DAYWashington PostFebruary 6, 2004
CALLING IRAQ'S BLUFFWashington PostJanuary 30, 2004
PARADISE LOSTWashington PostJanuary 23, 2004
ON TO MARS01/31/2000, Volume 005, Issue 19
A MODEST PROPOSALWashington PostJanuary 16, 2004
WHY WE ARE SAFERWashington PostJanuary 9, 2004
THE DOGGEDNESS OF WARWashington PostDecember 26, 2003
KILLING HIM SOFTLYWashington PostDecember 19, 2003
GORE'S ROLE AS KINGMAKERWASHINGTON POSTDecember 12, 2003
THE DELUSIONAL DEANWASHINGTON POSTDecember 5, 2003
GENEVA SELLOUTWASHINGTON POSTNovember 28, 2003
MAN VS. COMPUTER: STILL A MATCHWASHINGTON POSTNovember 21, 2003
SUCCESS ON THE HIGH SEASWASHINGTON POSTNovember 14, 2003
THE PERFECT LIBERAL STORMWASHINGTON POSTNovember 7, 2003
WAR BY CAR BOMBWASHINGTON POSTOctober 31, 2003
"L'AFFAIRE EASTERBROOK"WASHINGTON POSTOctober 24, 2003
"PERFECT GAMES"WASHINGTON POSTOctober 17, 2003
WMD IN A HAYSTACKWASHINGTON POSTOctober 10, 2003
OUR INSTANT EXPERTSWASHINGTON POSTOctober 3, 2003
TED KENNEDY, LOSING ITWASHINGTON POSTSeptember 26, 2003
DEMOCRATS AND NATION BUILDINGWASHINGTON POSTSeptember 19, 2003
IN NEED OF A NEW ABBASWASHINGTON POSTSeptember 12, 2003
DEAN'S PASSION, AND HIS PROBLEMWASHINGTON POSTSeptember 5, 2003
A JUDGE PREJUDGEDWASHINGTON POSTAugust 29, 2003
STUCK ON A BARRIER THAT'S NOT ON THE ROAD MAPWashington PostAugust 8, 2003
ON KILLING THE KINGWashington PostAugust 1, 2003
MIDDLE EAST: THE REALITIESWashington PostJuly 25, 2003
WHY DID BUSH GO TO WARWashington PostJuly 18, 2003
LIBERAL DEMOCRATS' PERVERSE FOREIGN POLICYWashington PostJuly 11, 2003
COURTING A CRISIS OF LEGITIMACYWashington PostJuly 4, 2003
Hoaxes, Hype and HumiliationJune 13, 2003
Shades of OsloWashington PostJune 6, 2003
No Phony Cease-Fires With TerrorismWashington PostMay 30, 2003
Iraq: A Moral ReckoningWashington PostMay 16, 2003
The Roadblock on the Road MapWashington PostMay 9, 2003
The Shiite 'Menace'Washington PostMay 2, 2003
Syrian Power PlayWashington PostApril 18, 2003
Killing a Regime, Not a PeopleWashington PostApril 10, 2003
Plan B --for BaghdadWashington PostApril 3, 2003
Kofi Annan's OffenseWashington PostMarch 28, 2003
Call the Vote. Walk Away.Washington PostMarch 12, 2003
A Place for Temporary AppeasementWashington PostMarch 7, 2003
A Costly Charade at the U.N.Washington PostFebruary 28, 2003
The French ChallengeWashington PostFebruary 21, 2003
Holiday from HistoryWashington PostFebruary 14, 2003
It's Time To Dream HigherWashington PostFebruary 4, 2003
U.N., R.I.P.Washington PostJanuary 31, 2003
No Turning Back NowWashington PostJanuary 24, 2003
Korea FolliesWashington PostJanuary 17, 2003
Powell and Bush at Cross-Purposes?Washington PostJanuary 10, 2003
The Japan CardWashington PostJanuary 3, 2003
Lott and the RightWashington PostDecember 20, 2002
A Clear Choice of WordsWashington PostDecember 12, 2002
The Obsolescence of DeterrenceWeekly StandardDecember 9, 2002
Violence and IslamWashington PostDecember 6, 2002
The Bold Road to NATO ExpansionWashington PostNovember 22, 2002
The Window of LegitimacyWashington PostNovember 15, 2002
The Uses of Political CourageWashington PostNovember 8, 2002
Don't Go WobblyWashington PostNovember 1, 2002
The Clinton Paper ChaseWashington PostOctober 25, 2002
Call their BluffWashington PostOctober 18, 2002
What Good is Delay?Washington PostOctober 7, 2002
The Myth of 'U.N. Support'Washington PostOctober 4, 2002
Gore's Glass HouseWashington PostSeptember 27, 2002
Is this the way to decide on Iraq?Washington PostSeptember 20, 2002
Fictional RiftWashington PostSeptember 13, 2002
Remembrance and ResolveWashington PostSeptember 6, 2002
Kidnapped by the TimesWashington PostAugust 18, 2002
Invoking The Hamdi RightsWashington PostAugust 16, 2002
Disturbed Nerd ChicWashington PostAugust 2, 2002
No-Respect PoliticsWashington PostJuly 26, 2002
Why Arafat Must GoWashington PostFebruary 8, 2002
Redefining the WarWashington PostFebruary 1, 2002
The Jackals Are WrongWashington PostJanuary 25, 2002
America, Battle-TestedWashington PostJanuary 18, 2002
Ship of TruthWashington PostJanuary 11, 2002
Where Power TalksWashington PostJanuary 4, 2002

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