Reports of discord between Putin and Medvedev are vastly overblown.
America says democracy is great. Why aren’t we promoting it in Georgia and Afghanistan?
America is close to losing some of its key allies. A rift has formed with Germany over Afghanistan, and Europe is searching for an exit strategy. Will Obama do the same?
The winner of the Afghan presidential elections won't matter. To stabilize the country, we should instead talk to the most important political force in Pashtun areas—the Taliban.
Ron Asmus says Jacob Heilbrunn misread Central and Eastern European leaders’ missives to the Obama administration—and the role of the German Marshall Fund.
Afghanistan’s presidential election has made the country’s situation worse, not better.
Who are the players? Who has the power? And can the regime hang on?
A scathing domestic dispute over health care is no reason for Obama to abandon his foreign-policy responsibilities. If he doesn't make hard choices soon—on everything from immigration to Iran—he may be a one-term president.
Iran’s opposition is leaderless and has little hope. The theocratic regime’s violent campaign to stifle all dissent is working.
The Honduran crisis is none of our business and of little importance to American interests. Why is Washington intervening?
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