Violent riots express political dissatisfaction
Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haas discusses America’s efforts in the Middle East and future of military involvement.
Council on Foreign Relations President Dr. Richard Haass on the threat Iran poses to the Western world.
Council of Foreign Relations President Dr. Richard Haass argues that the actions in Libya are overshadowing growing national-security threats.
Peter Johnson, Jr. weighs in
FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets around the world.
WASHINGTON -- By insisting that Hamas go first in any cease-fire with Israel , the Bush administration is sticking to its support for the Jewish state's right of sel...
Timothy Geithner is joining the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, his first public move since stepping down as U.S. Treasury Secretary last month.The council...
Council of Foreign Relations President Dr. Richard Haass discusses what's next for Libya and its leader.
Israel attacked Yasser Arafat's Gaza office by air and sea, killing four guards early Wednesday, a day after violence by both sides left 15 dead in one of the bloodi...
The Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haas on how the U.S. can work around its issues with Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
What's the potential outcome of Egyptian President Mubarak announcing he'll not seek another term in office?
Lt. Col Bill Cowan (Ret.) on the growing nuclear threat from Kim Jung Un.
While some initially championed Edward Snowden, the 21st century mole holed up in Hong Kong, as a martyr, there also appears to be a growing backlash against the for...
New book examines nation’s internal problems
Council on Foreign Relations president Dr. Richard Haass on foreign policy and the Middle East.
Council of Foreign Relations President Richard Haass on growing tensions between the U.S. and North Korea and America’s relationship with Afghanistan.
Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass on the attacks and continued investigations in Libya.
Council on Foreign Relations president Dr. Richard Haass on Secretary Clinton's testimony on the Benghazi attack.