The slight U.S.-Russian opening could continue.
Atrocity prevention isn't consistently practiced because it isn't consistently practical.
Tbilisi's membership in the Atlantic pact would increase the risk of war without increasing members' security.
The Boston bombings resurrect an old debate about whether new entrants should be injected with U.S. cultural values.
A UN mission in the Western Sahara is unnecessary and would only create new tensions.
The Russians still appear open to cooperation in spite of the new sanctions.
New Delhi has a strong case, but will the world listen?
Peace is unlikely in either place as long as parties feel it will be perilous.
Moscow gains the most if Washington ceases its outreach.