The Obama Doctrine's pillars have all crumbled, replaced by one goal: avoiding disaster.
The United States, China and Russia should focus on their common interest in international stability.
Worries of a conflagration ignore the region's history.
Wide violence against religious minorities could tear Pakistan apart, and the government doesn't care.
Obama has seriously erred in letting talks with the Taliban interfere with more important priorities in Afghanistan.
The Obama administration's talk of pulling out all troops is not wise.
Without a serious crackdown on terrorists, the United States will drone on.
A troubled land has bred a troubled diaspora.
Will a new emir change foreign and domestic policy?
Counterinsurgency experts have often pitched their ideas as a solution to tensions within the United States.