Widespread and increasingly violent protests are becoming a regular feature of life in Iran. And with each round, criticism of the supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, and the political establishment gets more pointed.
A forward-looking policy – even if it put self-interest first — would lock in relationships and ways of doing business intended to hold up over the long haul. And that’s exactly what’s being done. By China.
As Trump begins his second year as president, the prospects that he will reverse America’s disengagement appear unlikely.
Sure, the candidates are talking about mining and jobs. But they’re also talking a lot about ISIS.
It’s a theoretical argument, but it has real consequences.
Some varying – at times contradictory – analyses.
With Secretary of State Kerry traveling to Kiev Tuesday, critics of Obama’s foreign policy doctrine are hoping the trip signals the end of ‘lead from behind.’
WASHINGTON — Sanctions bills usually sail through with ease, but not so with Iran bill seemingly stalled in the Senate.
Amazingly, Republicans, Democrats and independents agree
Author Anna Badkhen offers a bit of perspective; and no, we are not the world.