If Congress scuttles the agreement, it will be a slap in the face of our partners.
One issue has dominated the London financial pages: The rise of China's Asian Infrastructure...
The U.S. and its allies are ratcheting up their military presence in the Persian Gulf.
How can authorities determine who exactly will become a terrorist?
The American president scrambles now to unscramble another "mistake of historic proportions."
By not sending a higher-ranking official to the Paris march, the United States was silent.
The marches against terrorism were the first small steps to French recovery of its ancient and...
His absence from the Paris march made us, the 320 million Americans, look bad.
Perry, Rubio and Cruz criticize Obama over Paris rally.
Obama spokesman admits "we should have sent someone with a higher profile."
"[W]e must never hesitate to stand with our allies," Texan wrote in a Time op-ed.
The two suspects had taken a hostage, who was freed.
Political deterioration spawned by economic underperformance is not confined just to Greece.
This is a story that could well shift the plates of history.
Authorities in both France and the United States are under great pressure to prevent attacks.
Were the terrorists part of larger organizations or homegrown attackers?
We see an actual ominousness rising in Europe.
The naive faith that modernity welcomes freedom, that democracy will inexorably succeed, is called...
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard calls for shift in tone from White House.
Obama administration will not reprise 2012 comments questioning judgment of Paris magazine.
Why should the largest, wealthiest and most prone to intervention be first in arbitration?
This is indeed a watershed moment for France.
It may well be Europe's destiny.
The identity of the target was symbolically important but incidental to the strategic goal.