The president is putting a square peg into a round hole. But he can do that—he's the decider.
The caper comes amidst warming relations with Russia, highlighting lasting challenges.
A flawed argument for intervention.
Why is Tony Blair still defending George W. Bush?
The United States is setting precedents for unmanned warfare that it might regret.
Was she really that good?
Muscovite minds are opening to the possibility of a solution.
The international system is at a transformative moment. Yet President Obama has failed to set a direction for America.
Don't assume continuity. The future of U.S. foreign policy over the next four years seems quite uncertain.
Debunking pseudo-journalism on Romney's business dealings with Russia and China.
The administration’s lack of leadership, competence and resolve has made a bad situation worse.
The Fukushima disaster left Japan with an ongoing energy crisis. What Washington can—and should—do to help.
Moscow has sent warships to the port of Tartus. But there won't be many compatriots to meet them at the dock.
All eyes are on Moscow to resolve the Syrian crisis. But Washington should be under just as much scrutiny.
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