President Obama hasn’t done much for world peace. Why is he getting a Nobel Prize?
President Obama's failed Olympic pitch reveals holes in his rhetoric and an inability to prioritize.
We can’t persuade Iran to stop its nuclear-weapons program. The best Obama can do is hasten the regime’s internal implosion.
Talking with Iran will give the mullahs legitimacy and betray the Iranian people—and it won’t stop Tehran’s nuclear program either.
If Moscow wants good relations with Washington, it needs to stop meddling in Latin America.
Don’t get your hopes up. The talks between Iran and the West won’t produce anything but hot air.
Let’s face it: stopping Iran’s nuclear program is not the central organizing principle of U.S. foreign policy.
By encouraging equal diplomacy with both Israel and the Arab states, President Obama’s new peace plan is remarkably similar to Bush’s—George H.W. Bush’s, that is.
A seemingly repentant North Korea is ready to negotiate, but the six-party talks are not enough. The administration should have a bilateral heart-to-heart with the Kim Jong Il regime. Then our allies can help seal the deal.
Japan’s new government wants to transform the country’s foreign policy, including its alliance with America. Will Tokyo and Washington have a falling out?