The Export-Import Bank has problems, but it’s worth reforming and reauthorizing.
For Scott Walker’s foreign policy, ignorance is bliss.
We can be disappointed that he hasn’t done more, but it’s absurd to say he’s no different than Reagan.
He can probably see Canada from his house, too.
Hillary Clinton’s embrace of “right-wing realism” represents a convergence of interests between the two parties.
Actions speak louder than words, and America’s actions show few signs of commitment to a two-state solution.
Yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a long-anticipated, diplomatically unprecedented, political kerfuffle of a campaign speech, the circumstances of which were ...
Hillary Clinton has yet to declare herself publicly on a variety of issues, yet she speaks to Goldman Sachs. Why?
Glenn Greenwald debates a foreign CIA officer about whether US violence abroad fuels jihad.
The latest actions by North Korea might lead China to finally welcome an Asian Spring-cleaning in Pyongyang.
Former Sec. of State Albright takes on Mitt Romney’s lack of foreign policy expertise in two brutal new videos.
Romney to focus on Israel in tonight’s debate, after saying Israelis aren’t “individuals pursuing their dreams.”
In 2011 and 2012, President Obama sought a total of $5 billion for embassy security, and the GOP House approved $4.5 billion.