The United States has a keen interest in the South China Sea standoff, but it should tread lightly.
A new book explores Eisenhower's private feelings about Communist China.
This article discusses the current politics surrounding the Law of the Sea Treaty, particularly the right-wing opposition.
The following transcript is of a speech that Peter Scott delivered in Russia that addresses the role that NATO and Western oil companies play in the former USSR states that sit next to Russia.
Tom Engelhardt reports on the institutionalization of targeting suspected "terrorists" through drone warfare and how this act has evolved under Obama's presidency.
The Nasserite candidate Hamdeen Sabahi came in third in the first round of the Egyptian presidential election. Is his Dignity Party the wave of the future?
The United States and its South Korean ally have been trying to acquire human intelligence about North Korea for decades.
Washington should remember the lessons of blowback and avoid intervention in Syria.
The West showed little flexibility in recent negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program as the hopes for a diplomatic solution grow dimmer.
This article reflects on the anti-LGBT wave of violence in Uganda and analyzes some of the forces behind it and their ties with American Evangelicals.