Europe is in need of leadership more than ever. But where will that leadership come from?
It remains in our interest to help Georgia join the West.
Earlier this month, CIA Director John Brennan announced his plans for an organizational overhaul of the Agency.
Foreign affairs columnist Fareed Zakaria has written that working with Iran would be “a strategic game-changer” and the only hope for destroying the Islamic State. But Iran’s...
It’s been 25 years since the publication of Francis Fukuyama’s “The End of History?” – a landmark essay in American intellectual life that argued that the post-Cold War era...
Ever since Republicans won in a landslide in the 2010 midterm elections, the conventional view among pundits has been that the newly ascendant Tea Party is to blame for turning...
China is playing a game of great-power “chicken”—except it’s no game. The risk of miscalculation and conflict is real.
When it comes the export of natural gas, U.S. policy is at odds with what’s economically sound for the country.
To stem the tide of harmful cyber attacks by the Chinese there has to be a cyber response on America’s part that deters continued cyber aggression.
More than likely, what a candidate says before being elected will not necessarily define how his presidency in fact plays out. The world gets a vote, too.