The United States should not balk at getting more deeply involved in the volatile Balkans: a well-crafted foreign policy could yield real results.
American law treats terrorism like an act of war, not a crime. The fact that Europeans don’t doesn’t make their way better.
While U.S.-India strategic ties are coalescing, both nations will have to overcome stillformidable political obstacles to see this relationship through.
The EU’s policy incoherence toward Russia compromises Europe’s energy security.
A former U.S. senator offers tough-love advice on Russia to the Democrats.
The Sino-Indian contest will reshape almost all geopolitical equations.
In a new blog post, TNI Publisher Dimitri K. Simes examines the ongoing crisis between Russia and Georgia—and the damage it could do to U.S.-Russian relations.
Given its competing commitments, Washington must reduce its military patronage. Japan, with its economic strength, must fortify capabilities.
History kept India and Israel apart. But times have changed. Will strategic necessity keep them together?
For the United States, mediating territorial crises must involve geopolitical juggling.