Ron Asmus says Jacob Heilbrunn misread Central and Eastern European leaders’ missives to the Obama administration—and the role of the German Marshall Fund.
The Eastern Europeans have been up in arms over Obama’s “reset” with Russia. Are the liberal hawks helping foster the myth of a second Yalta?
A scathing domestic dispute over health care is no reason for Obama to abandon his foreign-policy responsibilities. If he doesn't make hard choices soon—on everything from immigration to Iran—he may be a one-term president.
Isolating Rangoon hasn’t worked. Washington should offer carrots to encourage liberal reform.
The Honduran crisis is none of our business and of little importance to American interests. Why is Washington intervening?
Why Joe Biden is more a rogue cop than a bad cop and how well does this NYPD Blue routine work anyway?
Russia and Iran have a very close relationship. To get Moscow’s help in curbing Tehran’s nuclear ambitions, we need to offer the Russians something in return.
Instead of spouting platitudes, Obama should have pressed Canada and Mexico for closer cooperation on drugs, energy and trade at the Guadalajara summit.
The United States needs to be clear with Georgia that it is responsible for its behavior. Tbilisi must clean up its own messes.
A year later, too many still refuse to accept that Mikheil Saakashvili behaved recklessly in his conflict with Russia.