Tagged: Foreign Policy
Ecuador's recent crisis proves that a decisive and unified response from the international community can help determine the outcome of an illegitimate coup.
The Central American nation's woes continue to rage despite Secretary of State Clinton's insistence to the contrary.
Tom Engelhardt chronicles how the United States has succumbed to infinite war.
New dynamics in the Middle East are defining a new chapter in Iran-Saudi relations.
Sophie Richardson conducts a detailed examination of the beliefs driving China's foreign policy decisions.
When we conduct military exercises on China's doorstep, and within range of a clearly unhappy North Korea, we might be unwittingly starting something that we neither want to nor are able to finish.
A new collection of essays provides a comprehensive survey of ethnic conflicts in the Asia-Pacific region.
Major league baseball and U.S. global policy have both been acting like they're on steroids. But the similarities run a great deal deeper.
George W. Bush entered the White House in 2001 with the least foreign policy experience and the most modest foreign policy program of any modern U.S. president.
Gwen Ifill talks to Phyllis Bennis and Joseph Nye about approaches to foreign policy in the new administration.