The only people who can push Russia toward democracy are Russians.
We are stumbling blindly through the minefield of countering terrorist radicalization and recruitment inside the United States.
Despite arguments to the contrary, Obama has no illusions about America's omnipotence in the war.
What are the prospects for success in Iraq and Afghanistan? Our nation-building record in Bosnia and Kosovo isn’t encouraging.
U.S. domestic politics played a role in the recent spy drama.
Hillary Clinton's tough talk in Eastern Europe prompted little reaction from Moscow—a sign that U.S.-Russia relations are moving in the right direction.
Rather than whining about the Continent’s military spending, the United States should allow the Europeans to bear the consequences of their actions. That means leaving NATO to the Europeans.
Washington should not give foreign-policy priority to Kosovo. Merry responds to Abramowitz and Hooper’s prescriptions.
With an ICJ decision on the legality of Kosovo’s independence looming, the West should step in to help stabilize the region.
An economic powerhouse that has proven unreliable on international security—is Brazil ready for a permanent UNSC seat?
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