Like a bad cold that won't go away, the Kosovo question continues to plague international diplomacy long after it was expected that it would be resolved.
With the policymakers who have steered our country in the wrong direction absent from Washington, now is the time for YOU to start making US foreign policy.
Although we are currently considered revisionist historians, I believe that my End of Empire books definitively establish that the financial crisis that the United States experienced in 2007 was the key element in destroying our position in the world.
The West should be careful about alienating Putin.
Moscow and Washington are on a crash course over missile defense. Even Putin's surprise offer at the G8, columnist Frida Berrigan points out, will not likely avert collision.
The administration's plan to install anti-ballistic missiles in Poland is being greeted with healthy skepticism is Congress.
Kosovo is on its way to becoming the latest piece of former Yugoslavia to achieve nationhood. But a bumpy road lies ahead.
The West often perceives Putins Russia as a one-man dictatorship, but analysts in Moscow point instead to a startling crisis of corporate management.
Are China and the United States playing a new great game in Central Asia or do the two powers have more in common in the region than even they currently realize?