Articles by Rettig, Jessica
As Syrian people begin to take up arms, the U.S. could act for more peaceful solutions.
GOP lawmakers accuse administration of limiting use of public lands for energy.
Though it affects only a tiny part of the budget, it's a politically popular argument.
Support for Iran’s dissidents would have to be covert, expert says.
Candidates' foreign policy positions don't always win points in the presidency.
Obama's not in the clear over Keystone XL pipeline decision.
Thousands paid the ultimate price for regime overthrow in the 'Arab Spring'.
Assad may not have the regional backing he needs, as Iran, Hezbollah hedge against his downfall.
Iran's nuclear program may be a more imminent threat to Israel than previously expected.