Congratulations, John Kerry. You own the peace process now. Here's how not to screw it up.
Is President Obama’s national security team too like-minded and conservative about the limits of American power?
Will Japan's new prime minister really take back his country's apology for World War II?
Events in Mali show why it’s time to take a fresh look at the Pentagon’s military assistance programs.
In threatening to pull Britain out of the EU, has the prime minister inadvertently opened Pandora's Box?
Congratulations, Mr. President. Now it's time to make good on your promise to engage Iran.
Or would U.S. military involvement merely have made a disaster worse?
An exclusive report on the troubled security team at America's most important embassy.
Sooner or later, the war will end, and Syrians will have to sit down and talk about the future of their state. Here's a roadmap.
For decades, Turks have vilified Abdullah Ocalan as a terrorist. But he may be the only man who can bring an end to their country's bloody conflict with the Kurds.
With Obama and Karzai meeting in Washington, and peace negotiations back on the table in Afghanistan, here's what to watch out for when sitting down with Islamic fundamentalists.
Are we witnessing a historic shift toward Palestinian unity? Don't bet on it.
The new Congress is a bunch of ignoramuses when it comes to foreign policy. And, frankly, that's probably a good thing right now.
Can the Republican Party survive without coming to terms with the Bush-Cheney years? FP's Shadow Government team weighs in.
The 20 most puzzling, hypocritical, and revealing things said about U.S. foreign policy in 2012.
Haunting photos of a year in the life of the war America is still fighting.
This week's report on the Obama administration's actions in Libya was credible but incomplete.