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Congress needs to make Pyongyang pay a price for its recklessness.
The peace process's two top negotiators reflect on the 20 years since their fleeting triumph.
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How celebrities should handle visits to authoritarian countries in today's world.
Rogue states have a pretty convincing track record of ignoring sanctions, so what makes Congress and the White House think they'll work on Iran?
What John Kerry needs to know about his first assignment.
For the sake of Syrian lives, John Kerry’s got to play hardball with Moscow.
Arming the rebels isn’t the only way the United States can help Syria.
Cold War technology made war unthinkable. Cool War technology makes it irresistible.
If the Florida senator wants to save the Republican Party, he's got to come up with a foreign policy for the real world.
Can anyone stop Turtle Bay from fading into obscurity?
Did Pyongyang just take a big step toward an arsenal of nuclear-tipped missiles?