How skill at devising and executing foreign policy could lay the foundation for a mature and mutually beneficial relationship between the United States and Iran.
The Nation announces the winner of its “Name our Epoch!” contest.
You know you are in a perilous time when the optimist and pessimist agree.
Syria learned yet again with the recent helicopter attack, when it comes to relations with Washington, no good deed goes unpunished.
The financial crisis highlights the United States’ increasing dependence on militarism.
The United States’ “rimland strategy” highlights the ambiguity of its relationship with China.
Politics is much like physics, columnist Conn Hallinan argues: for every reaction there is an equal and opposite reaction. And NATO is generating just such a reaction.
A military threat to the United States? An economic powerhouse? More likely a Potemkin Village.
New leaders in Australia and South Korea could mean a shift in geopolitical weight in Asia.
Australia charts a brand new foreign policy.
Northeast Asia heaved a sigh of relief at the latest news of a breakthrough in the nuclear negotiations with North Korea.
Expanding NAFTA is wrong, but not because of a mythical North American Union.
Gaza is under murderous assault and the United States is escalating regional threats while pushing new sanctions against Iran.
Now that Fidel Castro has stepped down, it’s time to derail the embargo gravy train.
As George W. Bush’s administration enters its last year in office, the danger of a U.S. military attack on Iran looms.