There is a conscious effort to get Americans to forget about certain past experiences—including the Iraq War.
Is this a man who can be trusted with nuclear weapons?
This is a phenomenon that for all practical purposes is here to stay.
World affairs matter in this election—but perhaps not in the way you'd expect.
Jackson-Vanik is a perfect example of how domestic politics complicate the practice of international sanctions.
The DNC flap over the U.S. embassy in Israel points to a larger problem.
What is a voter who thinks foreign policy is important to make of this campaign?
Isn't it ironic that Israeli politicians seem to be able to talk more freely and critically about subjects pertaining to Israel than American politicians are?