It is in the national interest to maintain and implement policies that give due regard to foreign interests and values—and to apologize when we inadvertently fail to do so.
Sunday's shooting is the latest in a series of incidents that have made the Western military presence progressively less welcome in Afghanistan. Washington must press ahead with military disengagement.
What anyone who considers himself a patriotic American and a friend of Israel should think about during the AIPAC conference.
A recent poll reveals the surprising feelings of Israelis about possibly attacking Iran. Obama—and Netanyahu—should take heed.
Playing up foreign threats is a time-honored Washington tradition, but its policy consequences shouldn't be ignored.
Obama's apology for the burning of Korans in Afghanistan sticks in the throat. But good statesmanship often does.
Conflating lessons from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq leads one to dangerously inaccurate conclusions.
If Obama decides to intervene in Syria, he will have a hard time selling it to a skeptical American public.