We must set aside partisan bickering and stop the bold-face lies.
The absence of a U.S. diplomatic presence in Iran during the past 34 years has greatly hampered America’s ability to understand and successfully impact events related to Iran.
How is the government to repay foreign debts when they cannot pay their police and teachers?
Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act stands out from other homophobic legislation for its sheer breadth and ambiguity.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is stuck because the U.S. Congress refuses to pass legislation granting Trade Promotion Authority to the president.
Access to basic sanitation – a simple fixture we often take for granted – brought an end to the lives of two young girls.
What’s really needed is more cooperation, communication, joint exercises, sharing best-practices and developing those practices until eastern European NATO members are confident in their own ability to defend themselves.
According to leaked documents, there is a “two-way information sharing relationship” between the DEA and NSA.
Though U.S. funds over a quarter of the IAEA’s annual budget, an unrelated policy could force us to withdraw our investment immediately.
Despite my firm belief that liberal democracy is the best system of government, America’s own history clearly demonstrates that the path to it can be long and painful.