A recent book has the right idea, but leaves policymakers to fill in the blanks.
The island disputes are rooted in old wounds, not in rocks and resources.
Those who seek to get off the collision course have their work cut out for them.
Georgia's new prime minister might seek an opening with Russia, but he will only go so far.
U.S. leaders should remember not to go abroad in search of monsters to destroy.
U.S. leaders need to abandon their binary mentality and recognize that Washington will not always get its way.
The United States awakens foreign anger not because of who we are at home but because of what we do abroad.
Romney and Obama take very different approaches to Washington's relationship with Moscow.
Obama's policy decisions lack aim, strategy and theme. Churchill would not have approved.
Three key questions to frame any discussion of one of history's most frightening military confrontations.