The Arab Spring gave Barack Obama the perfect opening to reorient U.S. policy in the Middle East. Too bad he blew it.
The world has spent two decades developing policies to combat global warming -- and we have little to show for it.
The next four years of U.S. foreign policy will look a lot like the past four years -- regardless of who's elected president.
Why do so few politicians challenge America's emphasis on military action?
No, cutting Pentagon spending will not destroy local economies.
We've heard plenty about what the candidates want to do in office, but the future will be determined by what Tuesday's winner doesn't do.
Who would be better for the global economy: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
If the president wins again on Nov. 6, he might fire up an Etch-a-Sketch of his own.
When it comes to presidents and foreign policy, changing your mind is as American as apple pie.
On the American campaign trail this year, China's people went missing.
Why Obama and Romney are both afraid to talk about the mess in Europe.
How the administration has tightened relations with Warsaw.
No matter who wins in November, America should get ready for 10 more years of drones.
From the failed Mongol invasion of Japan to Cyclone Nargis, six storms that changed the course of history.
How Barack Obama learned to cover his right flank -- and his left.
Why a decade of war hasn't provoked a real debate about America's role in the world.