American foreign-policy makers use their brains. They just haven't been taught to use them right.
Obama's policy decisions lack aim, strategy and theme. Churchill would not have approved.
NATO has an insecure future. Afghanistan will determine if it has one.
Beyond Foleygate lies a preponderant problem. Unless there is a radical shift, no matter which party wins in November the American public will lose.
Graham Allison, Ian Bremmer, Harlan Ullman and Derek Chollet.
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