Was she really that good?
Muscovite minds are opening to the possibility of a solution.
Moscow and Washington get petty.
Internationally protected rights of religious expression are under increasing pressure.
The administration has been consistently ineffectual in a crucial region.
Kabul is pursuing a Pakistan-brokered deal with the Taliban. It won't work.
Susan Rice's controversial lobbying for Rwanda highlights a problem with high-level appointees.
Relations with Moscow aren't great, but new cooperation at the South Pole offers hope.
Trade restrictions have been failing to bring down the Castros for fifty years. Why not try something different?
Reformers in Cairo are mad about Washington's tepid response to Morsi's power grab.