By Laura Woods, Contributor After pulling off a sweeping ...
Europe, Iran, and China comprise three strategic areas that a Trump presidency will undermine, significantly weakening the U.S. position in Europe, the MENA region, and Asia.
One begins to imagine a final evacuation like that from Saigon, via helicopter atop the U.S. embassy. Afghanistan is not yet there, but Washington's expensive dream of remaking Central Asia almost certainly is dead.
Where a candidate stands on the issues should be of utmost importance when deciding who to give your vote to, and, because of that, I am happy to expound on some of those crucial differences here.
Most analysts agree that the sanctions represent the toughest and most comprehensive effort to date to punish the North Koreans for repeated nuclear tests that have violated previous resolutions issued by the council, which is expected to vote on the new sanctions in the coming days.
Democratic elections? The media, primarily the Western mainstream outlets, have been carried away with their characterization of Iran's elections. V...
In many West African societies, the crossroads is place of danger. It is where the social and spirit worlds intersect. Among the Songhay people of t...
The North Korean government ensured an interesting start to 2016: on January 6, the secluded regime purportedly detonated a hydrogen bomb, although experts say it was more likely a boosted fission weapon.
What exactly, if anything, is the Obama administration planning in regard to the continuation of the Guantanamo Naval Base in Cuba? We will certainly know by the end of the year.
The revelation of Chinese deployments of surface-to-air missiles (SAM) systems on an artificially "reclaimed" island in the Paracel island chain is tr...
If the United States stalls on engagement and focuses primarily on aid as, the groundwork this administration has established to build ties and relationships in Myanmar would have been for nothing.
Americans are struggling to draw into focus their exalted image of themselves and reality. They are not doing a very good job of it.
So we must collectively ask ourselves, is the greatest risk to American security Muslims entering the country or hackers into our networks? Should we be focusing on preventing refugees from stepping foot on American soil, or faceless threats from breaching our Internet landscape?
The very ferocity and coordinated nature of the attacks on Sanders makes clear that the Democratic establishment views Sanders not merely as an annoyance, but as an existential threat. And he may be, at that.
If the United States wants to reduce the limited threat of blowback anti-American terrorism from radical Islamists, it should drastically reduce, not increase, its military interventions in Islamic countries.
The appointment of a new Supreme Court justice is always a partisan endeavor, particularly during an election year. In today's hyper-partisan climate, the impact of an appointment is further amplified.