Chances of war in Ukraine grow; A scramble for intel; Vets storm the Hill today; More troops to get Kony; Sardar Ahmad's final story: about a lion on a roof; and a bit more.
Actually, we've already figured out how to win the legal war on terrorism.
The quants are riding high after Team Data crushed Team Gut in the U.S. election forecasts. But predicting the Electoral College vote is child's play next to some of these hard targets.
Don't believe the loose talk of Barack Obama exacting vengeance on Benjamin Netanyahu -- the two leaders need each other too much to let old grudges get in the way.
Congratulations, Mr. President. You've got four more years of dealing with the world's most dysfunctional region.
With Election Day finally upon us, it's worth reflecting on what a difference four years makes.
The candidates may disagree on some human rights issues, but the next president will face challenges that transcend partisan lines.
The bipartisan consensus in Washington about expanding ties with India may be good for New Delhi, but it's turned the election into a snoozer.
If Barack Obama is reelected, he'll have to deliver on his promises to Africa -- and act more like Jimmy Carter and George W. Bush.
Latin Americans may prefer Barack Obama over Mitt Romney, but few believe either candidate will pay the region the attention it deserves.
The world has spent two decades developing policies to combat global warming -- and we have little to show for it.
Who would be better for the global economy: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
When it comes to presidents and foreign policy, changing your mind is as American as apple pie.
Why Obama and Romney are both afraid to talk about the mess in Europe.
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.
Want to lead the free world? You'd better figure out what to do about the rise of the machines.
With Election Day fast approaching, how well do you know the candidates on foreign policy?
Will Romney's rope-a-dope strategy on foreign policy actually work?
If the United States wants to save Lebanon, it should get off the sidelines and help topple Bashar al-Assad's bloody dictatorship.
How Barack Obama and Mitt Romney measure up on the seven foreign policy issues that really matter.
The race was supposed to be all about jobs, jobs, jobs. What happened?