Why the GOP needs to stop navel-gazing and embrace internationalism all over again.
American values and interests are at stake in stopping the country's slow-motion destruction.
The only way to stop Pyongyang's cycle of brinkmanship and extortion is to address the real problem -- South Korea.
Is John Kerry ready to deal with North Korea? Here's how to do it.
The great emerging markets want to start their own bank. But it doesn't seem like they've really thought it through.
After two decades of advocacy, we finally have a U.N. Arms Trade Treaty.
Was a U.N. diplomat pushed out of his position for airing Port-au-Prince's dirty laundry in public?
Yes, institutions are important. But institutions that actually work are even better.
The unlucky continent finally seems to be on a real path to growth, but is democracy essential to sustain Africa’s rise?
How Pope Francis can really help the poor -- and why he'll help the Catholic Church, too, in the process.
Kenya’s general election wasn’t perfect -- but it was peaceful. Here’s why.
What does the Obama administration make of Egypt's Mohamed Morsy? Not much. But they've still got to figure out how to work with him.
Did the Microsoft founder even read our book before he criticized it?
Why did it take the State Department 10 years and billions of dollars to figure out that Iraq reconstruction was a massive failure?
The chief of staff of the opposition Syrian Military Joint Command calls on the United States to provide arms, not just non-lethal aid.
The Obama administration could revolutionize aid and save billions -- if only Congress would stand up to the farm lobby.
Islamist groups are bankrolling terror groups across the Middle East and pretending it's aid work.
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.
The 43rd president of the United States did a great thing for humankind -- but most Americans have no idea.
It’s not Islamic radicals or war that’s killing the poor people of the Sahel. It’s something far simpler.
The United Nations needs to work with President Bashar al-Assad's regime to provide aid to the Syrian people. But is it inadvertently funding the government's killing machine?
How I became a one-man aid worker in the world's deadliest war zone.