On Syria, Russia’s President Putin is having his way not just vis-à-vis Turkey and Saudi Arabia, but also the United States.
A nuclear deal with Iran would give the United States four major strategic advantages.
The power sharing agreement in Afghanistan has no basis in law or popular support.
U.S. foreign policy is driven by acts of symbolism. When they fail, the U.S. is quick to blame others.
Is there a way out of the box President Obama has built for himself, while strengthening the fight against international despots?
What happens when a bunch of former senators run U.S. foreign policy?
A case against a U.S. attack in Syria — and a path forward.
Why are even America’s self-acclaimed liberal internationalists still so keen on being top dog? Will John Kerry follow in Hillary Clinton’s footsteps on this issue?
Is the Obama Administration grooming John Kerry to be the next U.S. Secretary of State?