As President Barack Obama continues his strategic “Pivot to Asia,” away from the Middle East, we must include in that pivot a demand that countries and companies doing business in the region embrace a more thoughtful emergency response that...
Putin's actions in Ukraine not only threaten countries on Europe's eastern flank, they also risk unraveling the entire post-Cold War Eurasian security order.
Until Congress gives the administration effective negotiating tools through the Trade Priorities Act (TPA), we are unlikely to get the best deal for American businesses and workers.
Cuba is ranked as the world’s second-worst suppressor of freedom on the Internet and in digital media.
In recent months Egyptian authorities have arrested at least 16,000 people, many for exercising their right to free speech or peaceful assembly, or simply for being a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Since its inception in 1948, Israel has maintained a regime of differentiated rights that privileges Israeli Jews and discriminates against Palestinians.
Iran’s repeated human rights abuses receive little coverage – it is under the veil of moderation that these abuses hide and they deserve to be uncovered.
The regime's barbaric attack against defenseless political prisoners shows the extent of its trepidation and fear of popular dissent.
Trade bills are viewed with skepticism by Democrats who view trade agreements as creating greater import competition, which cost Americans jobs.
Europe remains central to U.S. foreign policy today, but not merely because of our shared values, alliance relations, and trade ties.