Issues / War & Peace
Five foreign policy questions the candidates won't have to answer but should.
With the U.S. roping South Korea into its cold war with China, one South Korean peace activist says it's time for peace on the Korean peninsula.
Beneath the bluster, Romney's foreign policy isn't so different from Obama's. It's just worse.
The West may not use nuclear weapons on Iran, but attacking its nuclear enrichment facilities will have a similar effect.
The Obama administration took a red pen to Bibi's red line.
A recently discovered U.S. army report puts lie to the Pentagon's denials that it exposed soldiers and civilians to Agent Orange on Okinawa.
There are plenty of legitimate criticisms of the Obama record on foreign policy. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have made none of them.
The wisdom and advisability of "pivoting" in order to economically, militarily and politically isolate your main banker is a head scratcher.
Here's a proposal for putting the environment smack at the center of security, beginning with Asia.
The U.S. use of drones in Pakistan is not only illegitimate, but less precise than advertised.