2012 Election Poster 5
From the failed Mongol invasion of Japan to Cyclone Nargis, six storms that changed the course of history.
With Election Day fast approaching, how well do you know the candidates on foreign policy?
Which faction of the Republican Party is winning? We asked three smart conservatives to weigh in.
It's time to start worrying about 2013, because the Obama team clearly isn't.
Some unsolicited thoughts from an Egyptian revolutionary.
The PLO’s U.S. ambassador slams Mitt Romney’s leaked comments on the Middle East.
The key to ensuring America's long-term national security is something neither Democrats nor Republicans really seem to understand.
Barack Obama's correction to the excesses of the George W. Bush years was necessary. But cold-blooded realism is not enough to safeguard America's interests and promote its values.
Five reasons why it's awkward that Condi's speaking at the GOP convention.
Forget October bombshells. The real surprise in the 2012 U.S. presidential campaign will come when disaffected voters shun the polls.
Liberal pundits think they can swing "low-information voters" by throwing facts at them. But not only do they misunderstand this key demographic of the 2012 presidential election -- they're doing their party a disservice.
Five foreign policy curveballs that could swing the election.
Hey, Mitt: Russia's not quite America's No. 1 geopolitical foe just yet, but keep up that talk and Vladimir Putin will be happy to oblige.
Why the push for bipartisan consensus in foreign policy is a dumb idea.
Has Hillary Clinton -- the subject of a major new profile in Foreign Policy -- been a good secretary of state? Seven top foreign-policy watchers assess her legacy.