The next head of the Senate Energy Committee has big plans for U.S. gas exports.
Why the American Studies Association's boycott of Israeli academic institutions -- and my small liberal arts college -- is so utterly ridiculous.
An admittedly foolhardy (but no more than the rest) attempt to assess the legacy of Barack Obama.
What's good for the country is even better for the Pentagon -- stability.
The Cambodian opposition is flooding the streets. But success depends on whether it can play politics.
The eurozone lived to fight another day. But a new battle is brewing.
Why cooperation and coordination are the political keys to ending the Syrian crisis.
Why the Ukrainian leader's decision to backtrack on Europe could cost him his political career.
With Nelson Mandela's death, a look back at the South African leader's legendary life -- in his own words.
When the national mood goes south, even the president’s foreign policy successes get negative marks.
Why Burma's rebels have every reason to be suspicious of government emissaries talking peace.
How Washington stabbed the Saudis in the back, and why the Iran deal will start a nuclear arms race in the Persian Gulf.
From protecting pandas to chucking nukes, inside the heated debate over whether Scotland should be independent.
Despite Ukraine's countless problems, its civil society is proving remarkably vibrant. The third in our series of Lab Reports on Ukraine.
How one woman's fate is derailing Ukraine's European dream.
Why Israel can no longer afford to rebuff global norms pertaining to weapons of mass destruction.
As the government and opposition forces take to the streets, an exiled billionaire waits in the wings, and battle lines are drawn.
Why the administration is giving a free pass to Egypt's military regime.
For Syria's armed opposition, business has become the key to survival. Unfortunately, that doesn't always mean fighting Assad.
The end of Nepal's bloody civil war was supposed to bring freedom to the downtrodden. But democracy actually makes some things more complicated.
John Kerry has the skill, toughness, and ego to be a great secretary of state. But will the world let him?