Without the Nile, there would be no Egypt as we know it.
NATO should clearly signal a stronger presence along Russia’s border.
No orders from the Commander in Chief can force Congress to agree to this fundamental course change.
Normalizing relations with communist regimes does not make them free. It only makes America complicit in their brutality.
Today we are witnessing the scapegoating of Uganda on the issue of LGBT discrimination.
It is incumbent on Congress to ensure that the outreach to Havana does not come at the expense of U.S. interests and values.
Terrorists use our preconceived notions about violence, motherhood, and gender to enhance the success of their terrorist attacks.
Pakistan policy is hard to create and harder still to implement.
Some Republicans are eager to undermine President Obama’s agenda, even at the cost of starting a war.
The U.S.-European partnership is central to addressing problems requiring a global response.