Violent incidents between Iran and the West have been increasing
It was a meeting of two of the most remarkable women of our time. But the question must be asked of both: did they give up too much to the generals?
The departure of Amb. Husain Haqqani could mark the start of a new era of U.S.-Pakistan cold war
Can't anyone in Washington play this game?
On Saturday night, all the Republican candidates gave us reason to worry about what they'd do as commander in chief
Ross, an experienced and high-level adviser to the Obama administration, announced he will be leaving government
What happens in Libya, it seems, stays in Libya
The economics are not the most salient point about Europe's predicament today. Although markets are driving the news, the Euro crisis is mainly about politics and history, and Europeans have pushed relentlessly for a breakdown of national boundaries as the antidote to World War II.
The killing of Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S. citizen, raises questions about due process and the president's adoption of his predecessor's policies
Criticized for getting involved, the president waged a quiet campaign that has dislodged the Libyan dictator
There's probably not much the president could have done about the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression--except lead better
As the nation struggles to regain jobs, an unqualified labor force hinders recovery. Can we train Americans fast enough?
It isn't just people who are dying in Afghanistan. So is an entire concept of war.
After the administration failed to follow his advice on Wall Street and the stimulus, the top economic adviser will leave behind a frustrating job
Are they really at odds? To see the answer, you have to read between the lines.
How the president learned to stop worrying and love hard power -- as long as it's covert
Former officials are taking credit for bin Laden's death, but the current president has corrected his predecessor's misguided thinking
Understanding an ally that hides terrorists even as it kills many of them
In matters of foreign policy, the president finds himself in his predecessor's shoes
The president's speech on Libya made it clear: He doesn't have a grand foreign-policy strategy