From Russia to China to the United States, from hubris to ultimatums to power plays, the good, the bad, and the ugly of (recent) world politics.
In the Age of Fear, the sensational always overtakes the important.
Is the NSA actually making us worse at fighting terrorism?
Don’t kid yourselves; from the Islamic State to Ukraine to Iran, foreign policy mattered in Tuesday's elections.
In its excitement to trumpet the coalition against the Islamic State, the U.S. is outing partners before they're ready to go steady.
The commander in chief lays out his justification for the war in Syria and Iraq.
By limiting U.S. goals in Iraq and Syria, the president makes less likely the exit he so desperately wants.
In a world where our enemies don't wear uniforms, our allies don't have to, either.
Russia's aggression in Ukraine is making it easier for the bloated, aging alliance to pretend that it still matters.
There's a gaping hole at the State Department that needs fixing. Here's how to do it.
Don't be fooled by a minor success. America's interceptor missile-defense system is still a failed $40 billion boondoggle.
Inspector general notes rate as "abnormal."
Obama swapped five Taliban for Bowe Bergdahl. What will he trade for the three other Americans being held in Afghanistan?
The next VA Secretary will need to press reset on an entrenched bureaucracy with surging demand.