U.S. Foreign Policy
In Moscow, sympathy for Edward Snowden crosses all party lines.
What really happens when the national interest meets the water's edge.
Yes, Mr. Secretary, we get that you want to fix the Middle East. But remember that whole 'pivot' thing?
Obama's new national security advisor has sharp elbows, a tart tongue, and a taste for the shadows.
Why the United States needs to sabotage, undermine, and expose its enemies in the Middle East.
Why Putin actually loves tweaking the United States over Edward Snowden, and why China’s too smart to bother.
What do we really know about the transfer of power in Qatar and the plans of the country's young, new leader?
If you don't know where you are going, any road will take you there.
Russia's our No. 1 enemy -- and Snowden's just the tip of the iceberg.
How the U.S. spent billions on a plan that increases the danger of proliferation.
Maybe the real failed states are the ones that have the means to help other nations -- but choose to retreat inward.
Forget "leading from behind." Obama's Middle East strategy is closer to "pleading from behind."
Good luck with that.
Obama's plan to reduce nuclear weapons does too little and will take too long.
When Syria's rebels need more than just weapons, America may well find itself in the middle of a civil war.
Turning 90, Shimon Peres talks peace, politics, and the limits of leadership.
Imagine the civil-military divide -- but much, much bigger.
Iran just opened itself to a nuclear deal -- but America has to make the first move.
How John McCain became America's unofficial ambassador of leading from the front.
Forget about "how" to intervene in the Syrian civil war. The Obama administration needs to answer the bigger question: why?
Obama's options in Syria are awful. But the United States is headed for intervention anyway.
What has happened to the notion of cyberdefense?
Susan Rice and Samantha Power will finally move U.S. foreign policy into the 21st century.