Hillary Clinton’s remarkable commitment to build a better world has transformed our vision of what is possible, and what is essential, for people in every corner of the world.
I first visited Domiz refugee camp in May 2013 and noted “the camp is below standards in many sectors and the living situation in many parts of Domiz is unacceptable.”
Central Asia is to China what Eastern Europe was to Russia. It is the first step. So why then, are we handing it to China?
The deal brokered by the U.S., Iran, and UN powers is historic for breaking three decades of non-relations and escalations between Washington and Tehran. But now the most difficult work begins, with risks that a final deal will fall prey to the domestic political battles inside Iran and the U.S.
Is John Kerry positioning himself to be remembered as the latest re-incarnation of Neville Chamberlain? Whether intentional or not, his appeasement of Iran on its nuclear program qualifies him for consideration.
The Obama administration’s “pivot” to Asia is faltering and causing diplomatic uncertainty and confusion in Asian capitals.
This week, United We Dream leaders—both immigrant youth and our parents—flooded Capitol Hill offices to remind the House Republican caucus that their decision to block immigration reform this year is both politically foolhardy and deeply immoral.
On Tuesday, the House Committee on Foreign Affairs held its first hearings on Bahrain since the large scale pro-democracy protests there in early 2011. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has yet to do so. The House...
Malala Yousefzai, the Pakistani teenager shot in 2012 for supporting girls’ education has continued to captivate the Western world. Now recovered in England, she has the protection of international recognition and support. But what about the safety and well-being of the many Afghan men and women in Afghanistan who work for the international community, who are fighting for democracy and women’s rights, who want change, but ironically, are not as well protected as Malala?
The U.S. and Morocco are both committed to dealing with the challenges of extremism and terrorism, and to bringing stability, economic growth, dignity, and democratic reforms to the Middle East and North Africa.