Moscow's Oil Weapon

Many are saying Russia’s new energy wealth will enable it to wreak havoc in Europe and challenge America’s position. At a Nixon Center event, a panel separated fact from fiction.

Pax Corleone

How to make our adversaries and allies offers they can’t refuse. As threats to U.S. dominance emerge, Washington is looking for a way to counter them. Neocons, liberals and realists all have their own ideas about that. Who will win out?

John C. HulsmanA. Wess Mitchell

Voice of Putin

From Kosovo independence and electoral politics to Ukranian energy and uranium enrichment, Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov gave Russia’s take on the issues at the Nixon Center on Wednesday.

Taking Stock of Barack

Do Obama's past foreign-policy positions—and the way he talks about them now—reveal anything about how he would conduct affairs of state if elected?

Close-Up on Clinton

If elected president, would Hillary Clinton be more concerned with the long-term interests of the United States or the way the political winds were blowing?

Ike's Granddaughter Speaks

Prominent foreign-policy expert Susan Eisenhower expands on her editorial in the Washington Post about why she supports Obama, what's wrong with the Republican Party and what we can learn from her grandfather.

The End of Multiculturalism

From its Iraq policy to immigration, the Bush Administration fell victim to multicultural thinking. Until policymakers take culture seriously, we'll continue to make mistakes.

Lawrence E. Harrison