U.S. Foreign Policy
A handy 10-step guide to defending yourself, your country, or your boss.
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The forgotten history of when America boldly abandoned ship in the Middle East.
What will happen when one million refugees have the right to return -- to the West Bank?
From Syria to Iran, Obama's State of the Union leaves many questions unanswered.
Dealing with dictators cost the U.S. its soul. Now it's time to atone.
A memo to Barack Obama on how to talk about the Middle East policy no one thinks he actually has.
Why undervaluing the potential upsides to a deal with Iran is just bad business.
Why the United States needs to stop playing peacemaker and start making China feel uncomfortable.
'The question is not whether this conference will fail but how it will fail.'
How many more tell-all memoirs will it take for the president to admit that it's not working?
The former secretary of defense thinks this is the first time politics played a role in foreign policy? Please.
5 reasons U.S. lawmakers need to get on board with mega-regional free trade deals.
A strange, dangerous, and oddly familiar era -- of declining American power, global rebalancing, and profound inequality -- is upon us.
How Star Trek's Prime Directive explains Obama's foreign policy.
Can Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe finally close down a problematic U.S. air station in Okinawa?
Why is Havana so cautious about reform? Perhaps because its reformer-in-chief is also a stalwart of the revolution.
America's foreign policy establishment is out of touch with America -- and the numbers prove it.
How the U.S. ambassador in Moscow is using social media to get his message out.
And the nine other top foreign policy headlines of 2014.
For human rights advocates, 2013 brought many grim setbacks. Yet there were still some important signs of progress.
Is John Kerry quietly on the cusp of a Israel-Palestine peace talks breakthrough?
From Sochi to Sudan, 10 conflicts that will threaten global stability in 2014.
How can the world be getting so much better when U.S. power is waning?