We impose solutions that work for us, without ever bothering to ask if they work for the people we intend to help.
The Iranian people maintain a favorable disposition towards America and its values.
There is genuine panic among ruling elites that they will be summarily prosecuted in a purge of economic crimes.
Bahrain’s human rights problems persist, and the country is no nearer to an inclusive political settlement than it was four years ago.
For the United States, Nigeria’s new government will be an opportunity to turn the page.
If we sit idly by making statements of condemnation and other emasculated and emasculating responses we could quite easily see another Afghanistan in the making
Afghanistan’s development is a process that will take decades and generations.
We must not ignore the important role U.S. assistance has played, and can continue to play, in further building Iraq’s nascent civil society.
Obama has done more than any recent president to draw attention to the Pacific Region, but it has not been nearly enough.
Events in Nigeria are often underreported on our media.