Congress must enjoin President Obama from affording Tehran sanctions relief before the Iranian nuke pact is implemented—as early as in mid-October—lest the process...
The Syrian refugee crisis is finally front-page news.
The developed nations cannot turn their backs on those people, but neither can they absorb them all.
The U.S. has now slowed its engagement with Taiwan to a crawl.
These goals must focus our development interventions to address the sense of injustice and anger that drives young people toward extremism.
Saudi Arabia is apprehensive about the growing sway of the self-styled “revolutionary” Shiite Iran.
Negotiation channeled the legitimate interests of the United States, its allies, and Iran into a comprehensive plan.
Public diplomacy is one of the less celebrated but more intriguing investments in U.S. foreign policy.
Tehran’s full-court press in the region shows no sign of relenting.
About one-half of the refugees streaming out of Syria are children.