The rise of the Islamic State, the losses in Iraq and the splintering of Syria are a direct result of at least three key Obama decisions.
Iraq is not the only place in the Middle East that will demand the presidential candidates’ attention.
I have to admit to sometimes thinking “whut?” about Obama's approach. But the refusal of Turkey to participate more fully in the fight against the Islamic State is unconscionable.
President Obama should abdicate himself from all foreign policy responsibilities and decisions.
As bad as President Obama's foreign policy has been, quitting now - or appearing to quit - would only make things worse.
Syrian opposition groups needs to coordinate better to counter both Bashar Assad and al-Qaeda
By acting like a child complaining the rules aren't fair, the White House takes itself out of the game.
The president's contrast between Syria and Iran throws a question mark on words he uttered not even a week ago.
Putin radiates naglost, the Russian word for chutzpah. He lectures us about democracy, and has a sophist's ability to probe our growing doubts about our role in the world.
The Russian president lectures the United States.