November 15, 2012
The Ultimate 'Grand Bargain': A U.S. - China Climate Deal
How soon to be completed leadership transitions in both nations and a greater awareness of environmental issues could spark an accord.
October 26, 2012
Who is Best for Asia: Romney or Obama? You Decide.
During Monday’s foreign policy debate, Asia’s future was an important topic. Dr. Richard Weitz breaks down the candidates’ positions.
October 22, 2012
Back From the Brink: Iran and America Set for Talks?
While both sides have already denied it, talks could be a first step towards compromise. The road to negotiations though could be a long one.
October 19, 2012
Afghanistan: Why America's Longest War is NOT a Campaign Issue
U.S. forces are drawing down in Afghanistan and concluding the longest war in its history. Why is such an important issue being forgotten?
October 11, 2012
How Obama’s India Policy Has Made America Stronger
Part of President Obama’s impressive foreign policy record has been his persistent courting of India. Mitt Romney would do well to take notice.
September 18, 2012
The "Mitt Romney School" of Foreign Policy
Although Gov. Romney often criticizes President Obama’s choices in foreign affairs, many wonder about the precise nature of his own views.
August 22, 2012
Why Israel Won't Attack Iran
While many believe leaders in Tel Aviv are bluffing, the Jewish state gains a lot by threatening to strike Tehran.
June 17, 2011
US Mood Shifts on Afghanistan
The US is set to announce details of the drawdown of troops from Afghanistan next week. Balancing the generals and growing antiwar sentiment isn’t easy.