Behind the Numbers
Will Egyptian voters cast their ballot against the United States and Israel?
Why do domestic politicians pay the price for a global problem?
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.
As of late 2010, a higher percentage of Afghans than Americans supported the war there. But is that support eroding?
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.
Most Americans really don’t like North Korea, but few say it’s worth going to war to make them get rid of their nuclear weapons.
Why are polls so all over the map when it comes to bombing Iran?
With Obama’s contraceptive plan putting him in hot water, how much does religion really matter at the ballot box?
In the end, Americans just aren't interested in getting involved in promoting democracy overseas.
The presidency will be won or lost on the strength of the economy, but some surprising international issues may mix things up.
Why President Obama might be in serious trouble when it comes to his handling of Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
Does it really work to use Beijing as a political punching bag?
Did Jon Huntsman waste his time as ambassador in Beijing?
Are Republican voters as concerned about Iran and radical Islam as their candidates?