The European Union lacks a clear leadership strategy toward Russia.
John McCain is wrong: World turmoil is nothing new.
The conventional wisdom is wrong: Intervening may throw more fuel on the fire.
The new tide of nationalism is based on fear, insecurity and anxiety.
Should she run on a message of change or continuity?
The United States can’t stop a tidal trend.
The Iraqis did, with help from George W. Bush.
“Leaning forward” isn’t enough.
The president takes a page from Eisenhower on foreign policy.
Cyberespionage presents a new problem.
U.S. should end its ostracism of Narendra Modi.
The president has been too restrained on foreign policy.
Knowledge, not taxes, can best improve economic equality.
China and others need a more global voice.
The responses of India, Israel and China to Ukraine reveal an emerging tension involving global norms.
Obama pursues the right response to Russia’s 19th-century behavior.
It’s the most serious crisis since the Cold War.
The Obama administration is positioning America correctly in a changing world.
Only one side is to blame for Washington’s paralysis.
The main obstacle Iran and the U.S. face in making a deal is their domestic audience.