Could the Dayton agreement be a model for ending the Syrian civil war?
The Navy's new vessel attracts lots of friends—and lots of critics. Who's right?
Europe needs foreign investment to get going again. Washington must look in all directions for partners.
China and Korea are furious with their neighbor. Their current approach won't get results.
Across the Middle East, states are becoming decentralized and fragmented.
The problem is broader than the Boston bombers, and must be addressed.
Pakistan's new prime minister won't fix the economy and is constrained on foreign policy.
The late theorist debated Scott D. Sagan on the future of the ultimate weapon in 2010.
Both sides of the Syria intervention debate are haunted by the last big war.
Former State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland sees the world black, white, and free of complexity.
Political instability and difficult history confront Russia's winter games next year.
A broad definition risks treating crime and espionage as threats to peace.
Weariness of fighting the wrong wars isn't an ailment. It's common sense.
Washington needs to do more to push its allies toward sustainable stability.
The caper comes amidst warming relations with Russia, highlighting lasting challenges.
Ted Galen Carpenter
Robert W. Merry
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