The myth of a coherent "Al Qaeda" is being used to justify illegal, unconstitutional warfare.
Congress should spend less time policing leaks about the president's unilateral exercise of war powers and more time restraining them.
China, Turkey, Russia, India, Brazil—the great powers of old are staging a comeback.
How a smart policy for Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia can help solve a number of U.S. problems.
Erdogan and Abbas headlined the regional World Economic Forum. But as in Davos, the real conference wasn't broadcast.
Domestic troubles. Regional conflagrations. Kurdish problems. Turkey's path is a difficult one.
Hillary Clinton must try to assuage the grievances of offended friends on her trip to Turkey and the Caucasus.
America won the Cold War after withdrawing from Vietnam. Could it win the war on terror after leaving Iraq and Afghanistan?
A new book on Obama's foreign policy paints an overly rosy picture of the president's track record abroad.
Moscow aims to recapture geopolitical and economic leadership in the former Soviet Union.
Ankara's new foreign policy centers around an unlikely alliance with Iraqi Kurds.
The concept of nation building has brought nothing but trouble. It's time for a paradigm shift.
How to foster free, unbiased discourse in the classroom and beyond.
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