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How naive self-confidence led Barack Obama astray, before prudence brought him back.
With a presidential race focused on the ailing U.S. economy, Foreign Policy asked the experts to help fill in the blanks.
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It's time to start worrying about 2013, because the Obama team clearly isn't.
It's official: The Republican nominee has no new ideas for the Middle East.
Paul Ryan wants to cut federal discretionary spending to the level of Equatorial Guinea. Yes, that's as crazy as it sounds.
The Republican candidate gave us a tantalizing hint this week of what his foreign policy might actually look like -- but does he have the guts to actually do what we think he thinks?
While Barack Obama was off fighting to keep his job, Hillary Clinton was busy in New York doing it.
Some unsolicited thoughts from an Egyptian revolutionary.
The PLO’s U.S. ambassador slams Mitt Romney’s leaked comments on the Middle East.
Can we really expect the president to be able to fix the Middle East?
Mitt Romney has adopted Benjamin Netanyahu's dangerous timetable for war.
The Democrats might have real differences over foreign policy with their Republican challengers, but you wouldn't know it from listening to them.
The key to ensuring America's long-term national security is something neither Democrats nor Republicans really seem to understand.
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