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The U.S. already has a successful model for providing aid to opposition groups.
The White House needs to stop explaining what the president might have meant by "red line" and simply set a policy.
President Ellen Sirleaf has made huge strides in turning around a war-torn nation.
Publishing classified information should be against the law.
By waiting, Obama has increased the cost of intervening in Syria.
The World Bank is considering killing a key report on economic development.
The 2001 authorization of force may need a rewrite, but modern war isn’t going away.
Here are three examples of post-Cold War spy scandals that were more disastrous, awkward and even embarrassing than the Fogle spy fail.
It’s time to use trade law to end China’s commercial cyberattacks.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan hopes to goad the Obama administration into taking greater action on Syria.