The AP scandal is overhyped.
A detente with India serves U.S. interests, even if Islamabad and Washington drift further apart in the process.
The continued hyping of Benghazi doesn't protect America or even advance partisan goals.
One of the traditional goals of American foreign policy has fallen by the wayside.
Israeli-Palestinian peace ought to move from a quartet to a European-Chinese duet.
Tehran's outdoing Washington in Manama.
As America considers involvement in Syria, it ought remember the past debacle in its neighbor.
A study suggests China isn't getting pushier—the common perception was wrong.
Posturing is the primary purpose for keeping the prison camp open.
There's no straightforward logic to our nonproliferation approach.
There's more than one way to engage the world.
The troubled state seems to be sliding toward renewed internal conflict.
The international community is underperforming.
Despite pledges of resilience and defiance, the United States allows terror threats to dictate its actions.
It's unwise for Congress to preapprove a war of aggression.
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