The only thing transparent about the White House is its perverse penchant for secrecy.
How to keep America in the game when our enemies are trying to shut us out.
Could the United States really go to war with China?
Why ancient kinship and tribal affiliation still matter in a world of global geopolitics.
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BY GORDON LUBOLD
There may be valid reasons to question the wisdom of reforming U.S. food aid. But saving the Merchant Marine isn't one of them.
Why Russia's ludicrous attempt to silence Alexey Navalny is at throwback to the bad old times of Stalin and Khrushchev.
Life is hard for the millions of Syrians fleeing war. But it's a bit easier at the gleaming Emirati-funded refugee camp in Jordan.
Development aid is inherently political - and that's not a bad thing.
What 1.2 billion Indians think about democracy, America, and the world.
The real-life war game that almost led to nuclear armageddon.
Can the Supreme Leader bluff and bully his way to getting what he wants in Iran’s crucial upcoming presidential election?
Gitmo needs $200 million in upgrades; Guardsmen called up in Oklahoma; an ICBM test planned for today; Hagel meets with a Russian; What North Korea could do to the U.S.; Baron, out; and a bit more. - By Gordon Lubold
Karzai is an ingrate, but the Afghans need us.