The recent political crisis has established the EU as Georgia’s most important Western partner.
WATCH: The two sides couldn’t be farther apart on the JCPOA and why security in the region is actually more fragile today.
On a host of issues, especially Ukraine, Biden kicked the can down the road. Let’s hope it’s not a grenade that’ll explode in our faces.
In his new book, the long time US foreign policy critic says some radical approaches are in order, ‘After the Apocalypse.’
There are a lot of great ideas for cleaning up and repurposing old military bases in the US — the Pentagon just needs a little push.
Ibrahim Raisi is expected to win the election; American regime change proponents have been cheering him for years.
Normalizing relations with the island would go a long way towards promoting one of the president’s “core pillars” of US foreign policy.
American taxpayers already replenish the country’s defenses; we should rethink how any additional assistance is used.
Republican lawmaker wants a repeal of the ‘blank check’ 2002 AUMF, calling the president’s war powers “disturbingly broad.”
The summit with Russian President Putin elicited some modest progress, but on the big security questions, a missed opportunity.
Saying the 2002 authorization for military force has been “stretched beyond belief,” they hope to help pass a bipartisan bill on Thursday.
The 17-year Nicaraguan president is now jailing his election opposition and rivals, many of them fellow ex-Sandinistas, now in their 70s.
The expected winner will probably focus more attention on auditioning to replace the Supreme Leader.
The American and Russian presidents can use this week’s summit to start a new era of strategic dialogue.
Maximum pressure has undermined centrists and reformers, setting up a rigged election with an increasingly certain outcome.
Before they were prime minister, two Israelis were leaders of violent political movements that killed innocent people.
Bringing about this turn of events will depend on the actions of the United States as the most important external actor.
The charges against the al-Khoe’i Foundation were so wild that the State Department had to step in and disavow the story.
Israel’s longest serving prime minister beat the Iran war drums for years and finally got the ear of an American president in Donald Trump.
As their summit approaches, some serious thoughts on how Biden and Putin can pursue a negotiated peace in a fractured land.
The journalistic ‘voice of God’ is often used to defend interventionist policies or push our leaders to do something about, well, everything.