Malou Innocent is a foreign policy analyst at the Cato Institute and blogs for The Skeptics at The National Interest.
Kabul is pursuing a Pakistan-brokered deal with the Taliban. It won't work.
After Pervez Musharraf’s rejection at the ballot box, the United States only has bad options. The best one is letting Pakistani politics play out on their own.
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?
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