Guns blazing, the Republican hopefuls talk Iran, AfPak, Syria and more. One has to wonder what kinds of crises would unfold if one of these candidates were to become president.
The Republican candidates want to overhaul the nation's tax system. What they—and you—need to know first.
Tahrir Square is alive again. The fight for the future of Cairo has begun.
Iran. START. U.S. missile shields. Georgia. The reset has a long way to go.
Italy’s problems go beyond a single man or the immediate financial crisis. Quite simply, the government cannot govern.
All indications to the contrary, Washington insists it's shifting its focus from the Middle East to the Asia-Pacific region.
Putin faces the herculean tasks of rooting out corruption and resetting ties with the West. Is he up to the challenge?
There is no good reason to attack Damascus. And Washington has no right to gamble with Syrian lives.
Washington-Moscow relations will change dramatically in 2012. The relationship's future is largely in Putin's hands.
American dissent at its finest, or a gathering ground for freaks and kooks? How the Occupy movement defies clear categorization.