Analysts respond to our April cover story and assess the president’s foreign policy
An accounting of the president’s actions and inactions
Responding to my earlier note, reader David Ferguson mines The Dark Knight for more insight into ISIS…
He admits one major mistake: not making sufficient allowances for how unreasonable other people are.
Hint: It doesn’t involve Syria.
He’s an isolationist with drones and special-operations forces.
Obama is seeking to redefine “strength” and “power.”
The Deputy National-Security Advisor speaks about the United States’ new ties with Cuba and its impact on American foreign policy.
Barack Obama’s analogies for the Islamic State have come a long way in the last couple of years. In a…
My colleague Jeffrey Goldberg’s cover story will serve as a Rosetta Stone for scholars and analysts trying to decode President…
Inside the president’s last-minute decision not to bomb Syria in 2013
How the president thinks about foreign policy, in his own words
Reflections on Jeffrey Goldberg’s interview with President Obama and our April issue