Electromagnetic pulse is the conservative fetish that just won't die.
Dempsey returns from Israel; How many FSOs one Osprey could buy, and more.
Mitt Romney claimed grits, David Cameron staked out meat pies, and now Rick Santorum's trying to turn the jelly belly red.
Can a board game really simulate the grueling twists and turns of the campaign trail?
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.
Putin's reelection strategy: Blame the world for everything.
Instead of repeating tired applause lines about Fidel Castro, here are the vital Latin American issues the Republican candidates should be talking about.
Republicans have a historic chance to win the Hispanic vote. They're shooting themselves in the foot.
The Republican establishment would probably prefer that Newt Gingrich spend less time talking about lunar mining and space hotels. But the former House speaker may be the only true free-marketer in outer space.
The presidency will be won or lost on the strength of the economy, but some surprising international issues may mix things up.
Newt Gingrich is still very much the foreign-policy provocateur he was in 1995.
Mitt Romney and the GOP hopefuls sure like to talk tough about Iran’s nuclear threat. But if one of them wins in November, it’ll mean he'll have to walk the walk.
Are Republican voters as concerned about Iran and radical Islam as their candidates?
A guide to the Republican front-runner's far-out, futurist vision of warfare.
The Gingrich–Huntsman debate illustrated, sadly, what GOP voters are looking for in a presidential candidate.
In their race to be elected, the GOP presidential candidates are confusing what country they're running for: Israel or the United States.
Is Gingrich trusted with the '3 a.m. phone call'? What the polls tell us about the Republican candidates on foreign policy.
After two foreign-policy debates, we still have no idea what most Republican presidential candidates would do about the actual issues facing America abroad.
What the polls tell us about the Republican candidates on foreign policy.
The Republican presidential hopefuls have a pretty clear idea of who they think America's enemies are. But what about its friends?
What do the 2012 Republican candidates have to say about foreign policy?
Barack Obama's Republican challengers haven't thought very deeply about foreign policy. It shows.
Who's giving foreign-policy advice to the crop of GOP front-runners?
At the first GOP presidential debate, the Bush-era neoconservative movement seemed as good as dead.