The fact of U.S. decline is undeniable. A new grand strategy is in order.
As American power wanes, Washington is running out of ways to influence small European democracies.
Russian media insults directed at the new U.S. ambassador send a message about lingering problems in the U.S.-Russia relationship.
The United States is a superpower, and China is becoming one. But this does not make cold war, much less hot war, inevitable.
After Obama’s nearly three years in office, it’s hard to find a single area where he was able to significantly advance U.S. national interests.
Iran. START. U.S. missile shields. Georgia. The reset has a long way to go.
There is no good reason to attack Damascus. And Washington has no right to gamble with Syrian lives.
Kyrgyzstan is defined and dominated by what surrounds it. It is fast becoming China's playground.
Contrary to popular punditry, China's military buildup does not spell doom for America.
Crises on the Continent go far beyond economics. The days of European strength and influence are over.