2012 Election Poster 3
No, cutting Pentagon spending will not destroy local economies.
The 2012 vice-presidential debate might not be a game-changer, but that doesn't mean it won't be entertaining.
Mitt Romney’s foreign policy isn’t an afterthought, it’s a frightening return to a bullying neoconservative ideology -- and Americans should be worried.
It's not true that Mitt Romney's veep choice is a complete neophyte on foreign policy. But his major foray abroad does not inspire confidence.
Want to fix the economy? Stop the partisan brinkmanship.
Four years after Barack Obama's landmark Berlin speech, the transatlantic alliance is fading fast. What went wrong?
America's real outsourcing crisis isn't the one Obama and Romney are arguing about. It's the talented immigrants who are prevented from setting up shop in America.
Why are American voters so all over the place when it comes to foreign policy?
How did a phrase initially used dismissively by Joseph Stalin become shorthand for who loves America more?
A conversation with David Sanger, author of a new book on Obama's secret wars.
Obama hasn't made a peep about cutting U.S. support to NATO -- though everyone agrees it's necessary to get Europeans to pay their fair share. And yet, Romney attacks him for it.
Americans are sick and tired of Washington's dysfunctional politics. But it's not Congress they should be angry at -- Americans got exactly the system of government they asked for.
Can Barack Obama ride the OBL raid to victory in November?
During the bruising Republican primary, front-runner Mitt Romney has talked himself into a corner on some key foreign-policy issues. He's going to have to shake the Etch-a-Sketch one more time if he's going to win the election and actually govern as president.
No one's perfect, and surely not President Obama. But in the rough and tumble world of foreign policy, it's hard to argue he hasn't done most things just about right.
Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie have it all wrong. Americans believe in President Barack Obama’s foreign policy competence -- and picking a fight just makes the GOP candidates look lame.
With Obama’s contraceptive plan putting him in hot water, how much does religion really matter at the ballot box?
Republicans have a historic chance to win the Hispanic vote. They're shooting themselves in the foot.