How Azerbaijan's dictator woos the United States and Europe.
The Bergdahl controversy shows that the years-long rift between the White House and the Pentagon hasn't been fixed. If anything, the two sides may be further apart than ever before.
Why Hillary Clinton's greatest foreign policy "success" isn't the win her new book claims.
History enthusiasts commemorate the Great War; Thai anti-coup protesters adopt a familiar hand signal; and Hong Kong remembers the Tiananmen crackdown.
Eventually, the freed American prisoner of war will have to meet the press, and he could become a PR nightmare for the White House.
How Alcoholics Anonymous can fix Obama's counterterrorism strategy.
Is the administration blind to the real and tangible harm the NSA surveillance program is doing to America’s credibility?
From hope and change, to resets and pivots, to singles and doubles, to not sticking your finger in the electric socket. How far we've fallen.
The prisoner-swap deal that saved Bowe Bergdahl might have been a bad one, but it was also moral and necessary.
But now the question is: Will it survive 2016?
We ask nearly 1,000 scholars about trade, aid, and what really stalled the Middle East peace talks.
The White House is promising to give allies around the world $5 billion to fight terrorists. But America’s been doing that for years -- and no one seems to know what this new program is.
The next VA Secretary will need to press reset on an entrenched bureaucracy with surging demand.
The Obama administration is overhauling how it reviews natural gas export projects. That could speed up America's arrival as an LNG exporter.
Why is President Obama afraid to talk about the real levers of American exceptionalism?
Rising global violence threatens more than humanity's collective conscience. In 2014, America should seize two critical opportunities to address it.
A new study adds fuel to the political debate over ending the 40-year old ban on oil exports.
The two big things missing from Obama’s speech are the keys to working with foreign partners on massive global problems.
The president's biggest foreign-policy speech in a year will be showy and ambitious but can't paper over his administration's lack of focus.
An American solar panel company wondered why Chinese firms kept undercutting their prices. Then the FBI knocked on their door.
It’s time to relearn the good tools of the Cold War.
Ukrainians riot ahead of the presidential election; Ultra-Orthodox Israeli soldiers train near the Syrian border; and Thailand's army chief declares a coup.