Obama is walking a fine line between avoiding a war and opening himself up to charges of appeasement.
Just as Roosevelt did with Japan, Obama has set America on a collision course.
How a smart policy for Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia can help solve a number of U.S. problems.
Iraq's Sistani and Iran's Khamenei can't reign forever. Meet the man who could change the Middle East.
Revelations about Israel's nuclear-weapons program send a clear message to Tehran. The mullahs are outclassed and outgunned.
Rhetoric about a potential attack is full of worst-case scenarios and wishful thinking and bereft of strategic calculations.
Hillary Clinton must try to assuage the grievances of offended friends on her trip to Turkey and the Caucasus.
A new book on Obama's foreign policy paints an overly rosy picture of the president's track record abroad.
Baghdad talks produced lots of animosity and few compromises. Diplomacy will have another chance in Moscow.
The drone debate rages on, this time with an inside look at the president's role—and how it might change under Romney.
The terrorist group's presence in Syria is likely small, but that doesn't make it less deadly.
The West's stbborn refusal to negotiate is prompting Iran to play a nasty version of hardball.
Iran has shown flexibility. But the P5+1 powers seem willing to take without giving.
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