The public should reserve some outrage for the killing of a young man with Downs Syndrome by sheriff’s deputies moonlighting as mall cops.
If Cotton wants to scuttle the current negotiations, he could consider giving Tehran nukes directly.
Far from being “his own man,” the former Florida governor embraces his brother’s habits and advisers.
Head of a brutal regime complicit in 9/11 and worldwide terror, the late Saudi ruler is unduly honored by craven Western leaders.
Foreign policy realists in the Democratic party will look for an alternative to Clintonian neoconservatism in 2016.
Theories of global power just excuse U.S. hubris.
One year after the first protests, Western interests and Ukrainian lives have been sacrificed at the altar of democratic idealism.
Inexperience is a presidential qualification for those eager to dictate their own foreign policy.
Ebola has only amplified the governmental brokenness that unraveled the past two presidencies.
The president used his speech to hector a Russia that could be very helpful against ISIS.
NATO should make clear to Kiev that membership is off the table, and negotiations are the answer.
George F. Kennan’s diaries provide a window into his brilliant mind, and tortured soul.
With democratic legitimacy restored in Kiev, the U.S. can turn to winding down tensions with Moscow.
The Foreign Relations Committee conducts an exercise in unanimous myopia, led by Victoria Nuland.
Attempting to isolate Russia over Ukraine could have more severe repercussions than Obama anticipates.
What Poland’s 1981 movement can teach Ukraine—and what Reagan’s response teaches us
Russia’s actions in Crimea call for a realistic response, not hypocritical platitudes.
Neoconservatives lambast Russia for standing in the way of their latest war.
EU leaders are modeling the worst of Washington’s diplomacy on Ukraine.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee testimony made a feeble case—but hinted at a better foreign example for Yankovych’s foes.