A radical transformation of U.S. goals abroad has made wars longer and less successful.
Obama's drones and detention speech was a step forward for how the U.S. thinks about its national security.
A new history makes great men the force behind the US rise.
Targeting journalists has taken the administration to a new low.
The Navy's new vessel attracts lots of friends—and lots of critics. Who's right?
The AP scandal is overhyped.
The venerable institution's leader is a natural ally for the Kentucky senator.
A detente with India serves U.S. interests, even if Islamabad and Washington drift further apart in the process.
The American eminence gris is best not invoked in defense of neoconservatism.
The continued hyping of Benghazi doesn't protect America or even advance partisan goals.
The second term is already mired in scandals.
Israeli-Palestinian peace ought to move from a quartet to a European-Chinese duet.
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