American cheese will henceforth be known as liberté cheese. And not because of the metric system.
This year’s Nobel Peace Prize Laureate comes from a part of the world that most people almost never think about.
Seventy-five years ago today, American soldiers and our allies undertook an invasion that helped change the world.
Most of us define ourselves largely through our jobs. That’s increasingly a problem.
Hurricane Trump hit the G-7 this weekend, and the damage it left behind will take years to clean up.
Dan Coates, the Director of National Intelligence, has issued a strong warning that has received little attention.
Ronny Jackson did not invent the practice of giving Ambien and Provigil to high-level government workers.
From Europe to the Middle East, to Asia, America’s allies are concerned about what the selection of John Bolton as National Security Adviser means going forward. They should be, and so should every American.
The United States and Europe are giving everything the perpetrators of the Paris attacks hoped for.
A US-EU free trade zone is a no-brainer. But the devil is in the details.
Former Utah governor and ambassador to China Jon Huntsman succeeds Chuck Hagel.
New revelations from The Guardian
The US Senate wants to know why Apple and other big technology companies are paying so little into the US Treasury.
Last night, the Atlantic Council honored Hillary Rodham Clinton, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, John S. Watson, Tony Bennett, and Juanes.
The smear campaign against defense secretary nominee Chuck Hagel has taken a bizarre turn.
Philip Hammond addressed the Atlantic Council this morning in advance of a meeting with Leon Panetta.
Paul Krugman’s latest column, “Depression and Democracy,” is simply bizarre.
Google+ was supposed to be a Facebook killer. If their social media icons are any indication, it’s not happening.
NATO is still seen as essential by 62 percent of both EU and U.S. respondents, demonstrating that the transatlantic military bond is still, despite a rough decade, firmly entrenched in American and European views of the world.
A new poll shows that Americans are starting to look East.
My first piece for CNN has been posted at Fareed Zakaria’s Global Public Square.
Lost in the hubbub of S&P downgrading the US bond rating is news that the Italian government has the ratings agencies under criminal investigation.
My latest piece for The Atlantic, “Is the U.S.-European Relationship Really in Decline?” is posted.
A passenger started a fight over a reclined airplane seat, causing fighter planes to scramble.
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.
European subsidies have given Airbus a competitive advantage over America’s Boeing in commercial aircraft salesboein. The reverse is true on military aircraft.
Thanks to a combination of good intelligence and fast action, it looks like the U.S. and UK avoided a serious attack on airliners last week.
Barack Obama is damned if he does, damned if he doesn’t when riding his bike. Wear a helmet, and he’s a dork. Don’t, and he’s setting a bad example.
We need global cooperation to deal with a growing variety of serious problems. But we can’t even agree amongst ourselves on policy options.
Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has proclaimed, “The most significant threat to our national security is our debt.” Is he right?
The European drive — led by Germany, naturally — to tighten spending to get their fiscal house in order and the Obama administration’s insistence on Keynesian stimulus will make for tense negotiations at the G20 Summit.