It’s taken four years, but President Obama is finally coming around to a pro-trade economic agenda. And it could be his greatest legacy.
How Pervez Musharraf's foolish return to Pakistan is creating problems for the United States.
Today's terrorists aren't "sophisticated." They're stupider than ever.
Long before the marathon bombing, Islamists in Massachusetts were helping militants in Chechnya.
Russians weren't paying much attention to their own war on terror. But that was before the attacks in Boston.
Why the United States should walk carefully and move slowly when it comes to reform in Bahrain.
Why isn’t terrorism in the United States a whole lot more frequent?
From Guantánamo to Boston, why Americans have a dangerous tendency to overreact to terrorism.
Even after the tragedy in Boston, our country remains uniquely secure from foreign threats -- and that shapes how Americans see the world.
From burgers to Bud Light, America's favorite brands are now owned by foreigners.
Don't look now, declinists, but the U.S. economy is strong and poised to beat its rivals. Yes, even China.
What the Cuban missile crisis teaches us about facing down North Korea.
Why Reagan’s former budget chief is like a crazy person howling in the wind. Let’s ignore him.
How Eric Harroun, the American jihadist in Syria, was duped by the FBI into incriminating himself.
Was a U.N. diplomat pushed out of his position for airing Port-au-Prince's dirty laundry in public?
What if the U.N.'s headquarters had been on Lake St. Clair instead of the East River?
The United States never tried to kill the late Venezuelan leader. In fact, we may have even saved his life.
The U.S. military doesn’t exactly have an unblemished record when it comes to promoting democracy. Is there a way to change that?
When Karl Rove is your white knight in shining armor, your party has a serious problem.
Is Obama’s light-footprint diplomacy inviting tomorrow’s problems?