The situation in Asia is dangerously similar to Europe's political landscape in 1914: territorial disputes, competing superpowers, widespread and deeply engrained nationalism.
The root problem underlying Putin’s opaque, destructive behavior is obvious: Russia is not a democracy.
To defend Yazidis and offer visas to Afghan interpreters but not to Iranian dissidents is an injustice to those whom we promised to protect.
At the core of failed U.S. policy toward the region is a sort of myopia about the rise of ISIS.
Six of the world’s 10 fastest-growing economies are in sub-Saharan Africa.
The recent U.S. Africa Leaders Summit is an indication that African countries must be taken seriously as economic partners.
At the U.S.-Africa summit there was conspicuous silence on family planning and sexual and reproductive health.
Azerbaijanis hope Washington will lead a broader push to stop Russian intimidation of her smaller neighbors.
Iran has no current burden to dismantle any of its centrifuges, to give up enriched uranium stockpiles, or to dismantle the Arak heavy water reactor.
Last week, it took an ongoing crisis around the missile attack on flight MH-17, new sanctions related to the Russian Federation’s influence in Ukraine, and a shaming tweet from a White House official for the Senate to narrowly confirm the...