U.S. and European sanctions have staved off the threat of Israeli military action against Iran. But not for long.
The new Defense Strategic Guidance implies U.S. withdrawal from the Continent. This would be a big mistake.
Why Germany deserves some of the blame for Europe's economic crisis.
As American power wanes, Washington is running out of ways to influence small European democracies.
A French bill prohibiting denial of the Armenian genocide has Turkey rethinking its "zero problems with neighbors" foreign policy.
2011 was a tough taskmaster for the pretensions that permeate international affairs. At least ten were knocked asunder.
After WWI, Britain and France made the Arab world the object of history, not its subject. James Barr’s new book shows that the Middle East was born crazy. Later misunderstandings and manipulations were laid atop well-worn grooves.
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