Mitt Romney claimed grits, David Cameron staked out meat pies, and now Rick Santorum's trying to turn the jelly belly red.
Where's this big, transformational change we've been craving from Barack Obama?
Mitt Romney's aggressive harangues about China don't scare us. And does he really want to pick a fight with a nation of 1.3 billion people?
As of late 2010, a higher percentage of Afghans than Americans supported the war there. But is that support eroding?
From the Jewish cabal to the Capitol Hill Knesset, the worst leaps of logic when it comes to Israel, U.S. politics, and the Middle East.
The Republican presidential candidate may be a party-switcher, but he's no flip-flopper.
No one's perfect, and surely not President Obama. But in the rough and tumble world of foreign policy, it's hard to argue he hasn't done most things just about right.
Despite the Republican claims that Obama's Iran policy is weak-kneed, the American public generally supports his wait-and-see approach. That is, of course, unless it doesn't work.
Can a board game really simulate the grueling twists and turns of the campaign trail?
The British prime minister is a lot more like the American president than you think. And he clearly believes Barack is headed for victory in November.
President Obama's Afghanistan strategy might be a political liability in November -- and he has no one to blame but himself for a war he never bothered to think through.
Six stations on the road to forgiveness -- and why there's no harm in President Obama apologizing to Afghanistan.
American Republicans have all but destroyed their brand during this election cycle. Their once-and-future Tory allies across the pond can teach them how to build it back up.
The Republican candidate has boosters in unlikely places -- from Canada to the Congo.
Mitt Romney doesn’t know what he's talking about when it comes to Ronald Reagan's foreign policy.
When it comes to their rhetoric on Iran, there's less distance between the cowboy and the community organizer than you might think.
If they continue to malign and ignore the libertarian wing of the Republican Party, GOP elders will be slamming the door on their future.
If the Republicans really want to attack President Obama on foreign policy, they’re going to have to do a lot better than just recycling tired, old ideas.
President Obama's critics say he's been a disaster for the energy industry. But the numbers tell a different story.
Forced to choose between high gas prices and a nuclear Iran, Barack Obama could very well remake himself into a war president.
Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie have it all wrong. Americans believe in President Barack Obama’s foreign policy competence -- and picking a fight just makes the GOP candidates look lame.
Most Americans really don’t like North Korea, but few say it’s worth going to war to make them get rid of their nuclear weapons.
Why Americans need to be more grateful to Canada.
Who said it: Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei or U.S. Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum?