People are taking their security into their own hands, a very worrisome sign.
Obama will have trouble fully realizing the goals he set in Prague four years ago.
A strategic shift shows Syria's president may be as clever as he is brutal.
Sustained diplomacy and political rebalancing may not succeed, but they are preferable to more escalation.
The secretary of defense devised an excellent framework, but will the rest of the administration bite?
The American public would readily back nuclear retaliation for a North Korean nuclear attack.
Ankara's work with the Kurds and the Israelis suggests a Middle East where talking is an option.
Making U.S. forces resilient against a cyber first strike would lead to more effective deterrence.
Peace is unlikely in either place as long as parties feel it will be perilous.
Russia's people don't share the Kremlin's anger.