A look at the Russian power players in the wake of December's protests.
2011 was a tough taskmaster for the pretensions that permeate international affairs. At least ten were knocked asunder.
It comes to this: Iran will get the bomb. America and/or Israel will have to stop them.
Sectarian violence. Government death squads. Closer ties with Iran. Iraq should be a lesson to those who wish to transform the Mideast.
After Obama’s nearly three years in office, it’s hard to find a single area where he was able to significantly advance U.S. national interests.
With one of the greatest counterterrorism successes in history came one of the most difficult diplomatic tanglements.
Tunisia may not be riding toward a bright dawn of democratic bliss, but its example is worth emulating nonetheless.
Merriam-Webster named "pragmatic" its Top Word for 2011. Why the dictionary got it wrong.
Despite the recent unrest, Vladimir Putin is on track to be elected president once again.
Egypt will not become a liberal democracy overnight. Washington is betting on the wrong horse in Cairo.