The legacy of the man who dragged Turkey into the twentieth century is at risk to the rival vision of Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
U.S. policy makers have all too often clung to orthodoxies even as they fail. Yet a select few have managed to turn the ship of state around, to a better course.
There are growing signs of a divergence in American-Israeli relations and interests.
The president is no pragmatic centrist. In fact, he has the most expansive and leftist vision in the history of the presidency.
John Kerry was just five years out of Yale when he testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and became an instant celebrity.
Congress has been abandoning its traditional role in foreign policy to the executive branch.
The international system is at a transformative moment. Yet President Obama has failed to set a direction for America.
Several TNI regulars assess the campaign's last debate.
Without economic recovery there is no political consensus; without political consensus there is no economic recovery. If Washington fails to overcome its current stalemate, a long period of monetary stagnation and moral decline will set in.
Bipartisanship: the Holy Grail of American politics. Long the go-to buzzword for presidents, elusive cross-aisle support at home has all too often been purchased at the price of good policy abroad.