Israel shouldn’t be allowed to dictate American foreign policy. If it doesn’t concede on the settlements, Washington should revoke diplomatic support and restrict military aid.
Why is the American government so quick to consider military force as a solution to every foreign-policy problem?
Ukraine’s new president isn’t anti-Western. Obama’s low-key approach toward Kiev is our best chance of keeping him that way.
The EU doesn’t have a united foreign policy and its member countries are downsizing their militaries. Why are Europeans surprised no one pays attention to them?
Ukraine’s election results aren’t a repudiation of the West. Kiev will still pursue the middle course it always has, courting both Europe and Russia.
Obama is unwise to ignore Europe—especially as a strengthened EU develops a common foreign policy.
The Orange Revolution failed and Kiev is getting friendly with Moscow. So what?
Foreign policy will be the crucial political battleground of 2010—and it will make or break Obama’s presidency.
As Erdogan visits, Obama should seek to restore confidence in Ankara’s alliance with the West.
The president’s critics are wrong. His trip to Asia was actually a big success.