Western commentators are focusing on the here and now of the Tbilisi-Moscow conflict. But it has deep roots in the nationalist polices of Georgia’s first post-independence president.
Insisting that recognizing Kosovo would not set a dangerous precedent was wishful thinking. Now the United States needs to backtrack to repair relations with Moscow.
True, Senator Biden's Washington experience—especially on national security—can help Obama. But flaws in other potential picks, like those Democrats with military service, made Biden the most risk-averse choice.
Without Musharraf, Pakistan’s future seems less clear and less stable than ever. The United States must take a fresh look at its policies toward the country and the region.
A sit-down with Shalva Natelashvili, the founder and chairman of the Georgian Labor Party, and a veteran leader of the Georgian opposition.
Prominent foreign-policy analysts are saying post the Russia-Georgia conflict, America needs to get tougher on Moscow. But we should instead be working to improve the relationship. If we face facts, America still needs Russia.
The same man who succeeded in “Swiftboating” John Kerry in 2004 is now trying to do the same to Barack Obama. But will the charges stick?
Pondering the endgame in the Georgia-Russia conflict, now that Moscow has sent a clear message: don’t try to interfere in our sphere of influence.
Georgian forces are withdrawing. Russia presses on. How will all this end?
In the lead-up to the Olympics, seasoned correspondents Andrea Koppel and John Pomfret discuss the party-state’s influence on the media in China.