Russian domination of the steppes is no longer a serious threat.
Tokyo's rising hardliners aren't the right folks to balance Beijing.
Though more enlightened colonialists than many other European powers, the Brits had trouble letting go.
Pushing the Russians for further bilateral arms reduction serves American interests.
There is little potential for a broad strategic dialogue between Washington and Moscow.
Qaddafi’s fall initiated an unanticipated chain reaction, and Mali’s U.S.-trained army was overwhelmed by it.
How would the former senator approach Beijing?
Avoiding unnecessary conflicts rather than seeking them out will keep the American people more safe, prosperous and free.
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.