The TPP negotiations could see Pacific nations adopting tougher standards.
How Netanyahu's approach harms Israeli interests.
An executive checked by a legislature sends a stronger message to the Arab world than bombs.
A Moscow-approved Syria deal doesn't mean Washington is the weaker party in the region.
Everyone is free to criticize anyone else's position or recommendations, but the incumbent president is the only one who has to come up with a real policy and try to make it work.
How should America respond to President Rouhani's Washington Post op-ed?
Getting rid of the chemical weapons is unlikely, but diplomacy could unjam frozen gears in other areas.
The present character of the debt-ceiling debate undermines constitutional order.
The media has paid little attention to the impact a new chair could have on a long-running internal struggle.
The Authorization for Use of Military Force passed after September 11 is too broad and too dated.
Almost all of China's foreign-policy options would lead to more conflict with America—and vice versa.
Talk from Iran shows the United States has a major opportunity to settle the nuclear issue.
Accepting the Russian deal is a major blow.
The Volkswagen-driving former bank robber president and the Tupamaros, the Marxist insurgents for which he fought.
The U.S. military, and especially the U.S. Army, obsess with tactics and tricks at the expense of strategy.
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