How to convince the heartland that the world matters.
Can Canada's indigenous communities stop Prime Minister Stephen Harper from turning the country into a petrostate?
Don't be fooled by a minor success. America's interceptor missile-defense system is still a failed $40 billion boondoggle.
The Navy's latest high-tech destroyer is basically a floating Xbox. (See bad jokes below.)
From ancient Greece to modern Pakistan, the political and cultural emergence of a complex, controversial term.
Why America’s friends in Europe are wishing for the good old days of George W. Bush.
Sorry to be a downer, but the American economy’s best days are behind it. (And China’s are too.)
An investigation into potentially illegal spending could leave the Pentagon's spy agency rudderless as it ramps up operations in Iraq.
Mexico's president threw open the door to reforming the energy sector, potentially reversing 75 years of revolutionary legacy. Now the ambitious overhaul is colliding with messy political reality.
China’s most eccentric tycoon just made New York’s homeless sing for their supper. Then he did magic tricks.
Tea Party Republicans want to shutter the Export-Import Bank. Would American companies suffer if the government didn't lend an occasional helping hand?
The problem with being a post-deterrence U.S. president is that without deterrence, the world we live in quickly becomes dangerous.
When the United States meets Germany, will either side try to win?
Why do some immigrant soccer fans root for the United States, while others don’t?
A post-9/11 program meant to be temporary is likely to be renewed until at least 2019.
With all the things the United States has done for Germany, isn’t it time for a little payback?
Why can’t American soccer fans get any respect, even in their own country?
These guys were wrong about every aspect of Iraq. Why do we still have to listen to them?
Why Europeans can defend themselves, but won't until Washington makes them.
Inspector general notes rate as "abnormal."
Long live a new era of America's halting involvement in a world not of its own making.
Even in the Information Age, there are unknown quantities in Brazil.
How the former secretary of state pulls off being softer than soft and harder than hard.
Eric Cantor's shocking loss comes at a time when the United States is facing a critical challenge on its southern border.