An inclusive and legitimate regional security agreement could be the answer to the Middle East's most serious problem: an instable order.
The new national-security adviser has a long history of poor judgment in east Africa.
Maybe the DRC is just too big.
The Turkish prime minister should be as worried about Bashir as he is about Bashar.
Unnerved by the Arab Spring and estranged from Turkey, Netanyahu sets his sights on the likes of Greece, Cyprus and Azerbaijan.
The anti-Soviet mujahideen. Jonas Savimbi. The Nicaraguan Contras. Kony's LRA. America's opinion leaders must be more careful about whose politics they endorse.
Did the Kony 2012 documentary do more harm than good?
U.S. pressure on Iran is backfiring. China is making sure of it.
Be it radical Marxism or radical Islamism, ideology only takes one so far. There's more to understanding what makes terrorists tick.
American blood and treasure pay for Washington's humanitarian-intervention addiction.
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