What Martha Raddatz would ask the presidential candidates at Monday's foreign-policy debate.
When it comes to Israel, neither Obama nor Romney is as good or bad as American Jews think.
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The Israelis and the Americans are zeroing in on a strike option that has a real chance of deterring the mullahs -- and defusing Mitt Romney's attacks.
Doomsday prophesying is a favorite American pastime, but Mitt Romney wants no part of it (anymore).
If we're ever going to get out of this slump, what will it take? We asked more than 60 leading economists to tell us.
How naive self-confidence led Barack Obama astray, before prudence brought him back.
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.
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?
The PLO’s U.S. ambassador slams Mitt Romney’s leaked comments on 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.
Watching the past two weeks of the Republican and Democratic conventions, it's hard to remember a more grotesque political event.
Unlike Mitt Romney, Barack Obama not only has a plan to strengthen American statecraft, he's got four years of achievements to show for his efforts.
If there's one thing that Obama and Romney agree on, it's more military spending. Too bad they're both wrong.
After three empty days in Tampa, the Republican Party seems out of ideas on how to run America's foreign policy.
Mitt Romney’s foreign policy would echo the best of America’s bipartisan traditions. But the desperate Obama caricature of it is just a sad indication of how much the president has failed.
Mitt Romney’s foreign policy isn’t an afterthought, it’s a frightening return to a bullying neoconservative ideology -- and Americans should be worried.
International affairs is serious business -- not a game of fill-in-the-blanks.