Russian threats of economic reprisals could hurt U.S. firms -- and Russia itself.
The oil-rich emirate once was heralded as the Arab world's rising power. Now, its neighbors are pressuring it to take a back seat role.
Why President Obama's mealymouthed response to Ukraine only invites Putin's aggression.
Vladimir Putin is justifying his grab for Crimea with the need to protect the "Russian-speaking population" in Ukraine. But why stop there?
Pakistan's efforts to talk with the Taliban are threatening to undermine the country's recent democratic gains.
With Kiev in flames, the West hopes sanctions will force the Ukrainian government to put down its guns.
The interim nuclear deal with Iran was huge -- but a permanent solution is going to be much, much harder to reach.
The United States is finally cracking open the door to India's probable next leader. But it’s now on his terms.
Will China win its 65-year war with Taiwan -- without firing a shot?
On Victoria Nuland’s gaffe and the Cold War echoes of American diplomacy abroad.
Why it's time to build a new special relationship between Washington and Paris.
With the administration's Russia engagment policy in shambles, Amb. Mike McFaul heads for home.
Peace talks won't solve the crisis in South Sudan. Africa-style justice will.
Why undervaluing the potential upsides to a deal with Iran is just bad business.
'The question is not whether this conference will fail but how it will fail.'
5 reasons U.S. lawmakers need to get on board with mega-regional free trade deals.
The United States sanctioned Ante Gotovina when he was a fugitive fleeing war crimes charges. Now he's a free man, but still on the list.
How Star Trek's Prime Directive explains Obama's foreign policy.
We must rethink the way we’re dealing with the Syrian refugee crisis -- or risk militants winning hearts and minds.
A nuclear deal is going to be the key to domestic reform in Iran in 2014 -- or its downfall.
How the U.S. ambassador in Moscow is using social media to get his message out.
Is John Kerry quietly on the cusp of a Israel-Palestine peace talks breakthrough?
We asked 1,200 U.S. government officials and experts what they were most worried about in 2014. Here's what they said.
The White House bet on guerrilla fighters changing their warring ways. Turns out it was a bad bet.