The Dominican Republic and the U.S. have a long history of standing shoulder to shoulder on the most pressing issues facing our region.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) (PCUSA) General Assembly this week deliberates several resolutions that, if passed, promise to dramatically reframe the discourse on the Palestine-Israel conflict within the United States.
One of the...
Radical Islam is premised on widely held ideas, and ideas are tough to destroy with armies.
The group has the Iraqi capital Baghdad in its sights, and numerous military experts believe the city is vulnerable.
Emerging economies are pushing back on western hegemony by strengthened political and economic relations among themselves.
Putin has sent shock waves through a system of European security based for over 50 years on the preservation of territorial integrity in a highly diverse, multi-ethnic region.
In dealing with Russia, the U.S., together with its allies, must enhance deterrence, reduce strategic economic dependency, and retain diplomatic cooperation when interests coincide.
The nightmare scenario of a Hamas-Fatah unity government is finally upon us.
The fifth anniversary of the Baguazo is a most appropriate time to reconsider the U.S. approach to the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Khamenei’s non-recognition of the State of Israel is problematic to say the least; equally problematic, however, is Israel’s continuing annexation of territory in the West Bank.