It is unacceptable for international leaders to do nothing if the parties themselves prove incapable of stopping the carnage.
Strengthen the bonds that link countries together in open, mutually beneficial international trade.
It is crucial to exert pressure on Armenia to give up such weapons or face ban on all military and security assistance.
U.S. sanctions prohibit Iran from purchasing Boeing or Airbus planes on the open market, even second hand.
White House officials seem to lack a strategy to counter the larger threat posed by the ayatollah’s regime.
The American air strikes have also proven valuable in beefing up the efforts of the Kurdish Peshmerga.
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.