Kabul is pursuing a Pakistan-brokered deal with the Taliban. It won't work.
America has been trying and failing to transform the country for over twenty years.
Formal elections may give a voice to many in Libya, but their hardest days may still lie ahead.
Are U.S. strikes creating more terrorists than they kill?
After over a decade of funding the enemy and alienating locals, Americans should not be surprised by the sad state of Afghanistan.
Washington wants to promote regional stability for the sake of Afghanistan. To do so, it must deal with Moscow.
Bloody insurgent attacks. Grisly and embarrasing American mistakes. Washington is reliving the same story over and over again.
Washington reviles the LRA yet supports Arab tyrannies guilty of human-rights abuses on a vastly larger scale.
Diplomacy is the best means of containing Tehran’s nuclear ambitions. Unfortunately, it's unpopular with those who see war as the answer to most international problems.
Claims of "real" and "sustainable" progress no longer ring true. It's time to rethink the war.
Even after Sunday's tragic shooting, Washington seems committed to staying in Afghanistan unitl 2014. It's going to be a long two years.
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