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Presidents of the United Nations Security Council

McCain's Choice

Neoconservatives and realists are battling to set the GOP’s foreign-policy agenda—and the future of American diplomacy hangs in the balance.

Commentary

BRIC Wall

Russia and China aren’t the only countries against sanctioning Iran—Brazil and India are too.

A Boring Reset

Obama and Medvedev put off tough decisions for the next summit. If they really want to reset relations, they’re going to have to work a lot harder at it in the coming months.

The Noisy Cabinet

With his plethora of international-affairs appointments, Obama better be a good listener. All the divergent voices could sabotage his foreign policy.

Blogs

Hillary Clinton for Vice President?

Hillary Clinton may be Obama's only shot at victory in 2012.

Books & Reviews

Unsage Advice

With the campaign season heating up, David Rivkin says that new books by Madeleine Albright and Zbigniew Brzezinski might not provide the soundest advice.

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April 16, 2014