Why the most successful route to reaching a nuclear deal with Tehran may be through Pretoria.
An anticlimactic summit revealed most of the allies lack the will and the wallet to fulfill NATO's lofty promises.
Once the U.S. withdraws from Afghanistan, Washington will no longer set the rules in Southwest Asia.
To prevent a nuclear Tehran, Obama will have to work with Putin.
Strategically important to Afghanistan, Iran and a host of other issues, NATO should pay attention to Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
Washington has kept the ROK dependent for too long. Let Seoul increase its military efforts.
Despite pressure from Mexican officials and disenchanted American citizens, the president refuses to change his drug-prohibition policies.
Parsing out what both sides will try to get from the P5+1 negotiations with Iran.
On the anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, a look at the lessons we should have learned about changing the national-security discussion.
Despite tremendous gains, a fragile Afghanistan remains woefully unprepared for Western withdrawal.