U.S. Foreign Policy
A U.S. ally is treating a would-be nation as a prison camp -- and we're doing nothing about it.
Why the administration is giving a free pass to Egypt's military regime.
Congressmen cry foul over currency intervention -- until the U.S. does it.
How the United States is strengthening defense ties with India.
America is resurrecting the same strategy that failed in Iraq -- and ground troops will pay the price.
The real program to sabotage Iran's nuclear facilities was far more sophisticated than anyone realized.
John Kerry has the skill, toughness, and ego to be a great secretary of state. But will the world let him?
In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan, the United States has gained some ground at China's expense.
Havana keeps saying that it's willing to let this U.S. contractor go. But the White House and Congress keep rejecting the offers.
Why Obama has to lean in to the nuclear negotiations with Iran.
Why has the Obama administration given up on speaking truth to the military rulers in Cairo?
The U.S. ambassador to China speaks to Foreign Policy.
How the president of good and evil bromanced Vladimir Putin. And how a warm friendship turned to ice.
Why the killing of the Pakistani Taliban's No. 1 might cause a lot more pain for Pakistan than the CIA counted on.
Why the NSA's 'we keep you safe from terrorists' rationale is bogus.
How President Obama could have kept friends as friends and nipped the NSA fallout in the bud.
Americans are still willing to forgive the NSA's intrusions, but are U.S. friends abroad?
Seven ways the House of Saud could make things very unpleasant for Washington.
As the U.S. retrograde hits its peak, what will America really leave behind in Afghanistan?
And, if so, is it even worth keeping?
A former agency insider explains how the NSA must change in the aftermath of the Snowden revelations.
Why it's time for the White House to get ahead of the NSA scandal.
And why all the hard-won gains of the surge are in grave danger of being lost today.
What Iraq's implosion can teach us about Afghanistan's future.
Their tanks, missiles, and electronic warfare gear look an awful lot like ours.
If Washington launched targeted strikes everywhere its 'partners' asked it to, the war on terror would be totally out of control.