The live coverage of Wednesday’s assault on American democracy underplayed its seriousness.
Paul Volcker, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board who put an end to the rampant inflation that threatened to choke the American economy, has died at 92.
As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to bring jobs back to the United States, especially manufacturing jobs. It hasn’t worked out that way.
Just over a year after the United States repudiated the JCPOA, Iran has surpassed a limit on uranium enrichment set by the JCPOA
The transatlantic rejection of elite consensus that began with Brexit continues.
Last Tuesday, Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi visited the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain a document he needed. He hasn’t been seen since.
Kofi Annan, who served as Secretary-General of the United Nations at the dawn of the “War On Terror,” has died at the age of 80.
The ill-advised move is sure to raise costs for businesses and consumers and roil global stock markets.
Among the stumbling blocks to a DPRK nuclear summit: who’s going to pay for Kim Jong Un’s hotel room?
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a bombastic speech on Iran yesterday that reveals just how empty and dangerous the Trump Administration’s policy toward Iran actually is.
The Leader of the Free World is, sadly, enabling atrocities.
President Trump’s decision to violate the terms of the nuclear deal with Iran could be a turning point in relations between the United States and its most important allies, and not in a good way.
A foolish, and potentially dangerous, decision by President Trump.
Reports are indicating that President Trump will decertify the nuclear weapons deal with Iran. This would be a foolish and potentially dangerous mistake.
North Korea continues to advance its nuclear program but it’s unclear what anyone can do about it.
Turkey has issued a formal apology to Russia over the November 2015 downing of a Russian jet that had briefly strayed into Turkish airspace.
By a narrow margin, British voters have chosen to send their nation, themselves, and indeed all of Europe into uncharted waters.
The May Jobs Report was bad all-around. The question is whether this will come to be seen as an anomaly or the beginning of a worrisome trend.
The German Parliament has approved expansion of the nation’s involvement in the campaign against ISIS, but that doesn’t make the current campaign any less incoherent.
Hillary Clinton’s recently announced policies toward the ISIS fight are as incoherent and misguided as President Obama’s and those of her Republican opponents.
Congress is set to debate the Iran nuclear deal next month, but as far as Europe is concerned the debate is already over.
An American freed from captivity, and potentially huge changes in America’s diplomatic and trade relationship with Cuba.
Good news for two released Americans, but no clue what’s motivating North Korea’s latest actions.
Iraq continues to fall apart.
Once again, President Obama’s attempt to communicate a foreign policy vision falls short.
Could economic chaos bring Egyptians back out into the streets?
A new poll finds the American public far less supportive of the idea of the U.S. as the world’s policeman.
Today’s convention activities will include the opening salvos of an attack on the President’s foreign policy. This strikes me as a mistake.
The blind Chinese activist who daring escape from house arrest set off a diplomatic brouhaha that grabbed the world’s attention is about to get his wish to come to America.
As they did four years, ago the New York Giants will get a parade in New York City today. Some are wondering when Iraq War vets will get theirs.
Ron Paul has a new explanation for those newsletters of his.
A list of international contingencies to worry about in the coming year. Handy as a stocking stuffer!
Herman Cain’s foreign policy consists of little more than deliberate ignorance.
Tim Pawlenty’s foreign policy speech shows him siding with the hawks, and joining in the neocon distortion of Reagan’s legacy.
160 million girls are “missing” owing to selective abortion and cultural preferences for male children.
President Obama is expected to announce the withdrawal of the 30,000 Surge troops.