How would modern Republicans treat Ronald Reagan and his Vice-President?
Iran’s path to a nuclear bomb isn’t as easy as most think, Jacques Hymans argues in the current Foreign Policy.
Osama bin Laden’s death provides Barack Obama with an important political shield during the upcoming campaign.
Does the Romney campaign know the USSR doesn’t exist anymore? Of course they do, but the language they use still means something.
Mitt Romney called Russia our “number one geopolitical foe.” Is he right?
China’s government may be more “efficient,” but it’s hardly a model for the rest of the world.
He may be praising Ronald Reagan now, but Newt Gingrich was singing a different tune in the 1980s.
Mitt Romney is making claims about Naval readiness that are, at best, misleading.
The truth about a Second Obama Term is that it likely wouldn’t be all that remarkable.
The former Utah governor will almost certainly never be the GOP nominee. But someone like him will be soon.
The problem with Europe may not be the Euro, but the fact that there really aren’t any Europeans.
Not surprisingly, the last man to lead the Soviet Union believes we’d be better off if it still existed.
How can we know what happens next in North Korea when we didn’t even know Kim Jong-il had died?
Newt Gingrich’s comments about Palestinian nationhood came up during last night’s debate.
While unfortunate, the loss of an RQ-170 drone over Iran may not be the intelligence disaster some make it out to be.
This time, it was Newt Gingrich who walked away unscathed from a Republican Presidential debate.
A stark account of how American journalism has changed over the last half century.
Andy Rooney, best known to recent generations as the cranky old man at the end of “60 Minutes,” has died at 92.
Herman Cain’s foreign policy consists of little more than deliberate ignorance.
The execution of Troy Davis brings back to the forefront the reasons why the death penalty is inherently flawed.
Not every 10th anniversary of a horrible surprise attack has been treated the same.
Does Bachmann think the USSR is on the rise? I expect not, but her defense and fiscal policy skills still need some work.
Examining the impact of current events requires stepping back from them just a little bit.
The cuts to Pentagon spending in the new debt deal are further revealing a split in the GOP over foreign policy and military spending.
A new Tim Pawlenty television ad is raising copyright issues rather than, as intended, bringing back memories of the 80s.
I’m continually shocked when demonstrably bright and accomplished people fall in love with authoritarian states.
Danger Room’s Spencer Ackerman reports on an alleged secret CIA interrogation facility somewhere in the former Soviet Union.
Tim Pawlenty’s foreign policy speech shows him siding with the hawks, and joining in the neocon distortion of Reagan’s legacy.
Last night, the President basically announced that America’s longest war had entered it’s end game.
While President Obama has had some amusing gaffes on his trip to London, including getting the year wrong in the guest book and an awkward toast to the Queen, his speech to Parliament today hit all the right notes.
The myth that the U.S. armed and trained Osama bin Laden in the early 80’s is rearing its ugly head again.
A version of a piece I wrote Wednesday, titled “NATO’s Death Greatly Exaggerated,” has finally been published at Foreign Policy under the title “Back in the Saddle: How Libya Helped NATO Get Its Groove Back.”