2012 Election Poster 4
With Election Day finally upon us, it's worth reflecting on what a difference four years makes.
Why do so few politicians challenge America's emphasis on military action?
Five experts weigh in on how the candidates measure up.
Why the foreign policy debate just can't get at the real differences between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
What if American political reporters covered the Chinese horse race?
From Soviet gaffes to talking snowmen, the highlights from presidential elections past.
Paul Ryan wants to cut federal discretionary spending to the level of Equatorial Guinea. Yes, that's as crazy as it sounds.
While Barack Obama was off fighting to keep his job, Hillary Clinton was busy in New York doing it.
Believe it or not, there's been other news.
If there's one thing that Obama and Romney agree on, it's more military spending. Too bad they're both wrong.
Hey, America: You're good enough, you're smart enough, and doggone it, people like you. Thoughts from across the pond on the U.S. obsession with exceptionalism.
Mitt Romney shouldn't shy away from a fight on foreign policy. He can win it.
Romney criticizes Obama's defense plan, but the real problem is his own running mate.
Mitt Romney has a point: Barack Obama is no Israel-lover. And if the president wins a second term, expect a major clash with Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Founding Fathers would revolt if they saw America’s tax burden today.
Fine, Secretary Romney is a bad idea. But there are plenty of good reasons that presidents should cross the aisle when picking a secretary of state.
Ignore what the candidates say they'll do differently on foreign policy. They're basically the same man.
Ron Paul maybe a long shot in November, but he's America's best bet on foreign policy.
North Korea's impending nuclear test is just the latest illustration of Barack Obama's weakness and naiveté abroad.
If Romney thinks he can beat Obama on foreign policy, he's going to have to do a whole lot more than just criticize the president.
Obama’s greatest obstacle to re-election isn’t Mitt Romney, or rising gas prices: It’s Ben Bernanke.
Mitt Romney's aggressive harangues about China don't scare us. And does he really want to pick a fight with a nation of 1.3 billion people?
Despite the Republican claims that Obama's Iran policy is weak-kneed, the American public generally supports his wait-and-see approach. That is, of course, unless it doesn't work.
Six stations on the road to forgiveness -- and why there's no harm in President Obama apologizing to Afghanistan.