The Iraqi government’s problems leave Kurds feeling exposed.
The president hopes “direct diplomacy” will finally yield results.
The North African country has taken progressive steps forward since the Arab revolutions began.
Eastern Europeans are making their peace with Putin, despite Obama’s claims of isolating him.
Ignoring Bashar al-Assad’s regime may lead to worse consequences.
The ambitious nation takes its time targeting the global order.
To correct foreign policy mistakes, Obama must first admit them.
Nations large and small know there is no price to pay.
A better strategy involves a deal between Israel, Abbas and Hamas.
Only a regional coalition can defeat the emerging Islamic State.