Obama administration's stance on Iran and Syria could see US lose influence in the Middle East, Bahrain's rulers warn
FP colleague Dan Drezner has a good post up on the recent Council on Foreign Relations/Pew poll of U.S. attitudes toward foreign policy, which shows a wholly unsurprising decline in American enthusiasm for a really active international role.
Since alla cool kids know Great Satan's accidental on purpose gig in the World is to promote, protect and prefer democrazy, capitalistic desires are like totally hip and haunch with it. In the minds of American foreign policy elites, there are both ...
Lawfare readers have followed and discussed the Snowden revelations with a mixture of dread and excitement. Our focus, understandably, is on the impact of the leaks on the intelligence community and on U.S. national security policy.
In September, President Obama nominated John Carlin, a career federal prosecutor, to run the Justice Department's National Security Division,a senior post whose occupant plays a key role in authorizing secret surveillance operations and managing ...
The potent mix of exploding world population growth, chemical weapons and drone warfare will challenge U.S. foreign policy in new ways in coming decades, former Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar said tonight.
SEOUL, South Korea — As Vice President Joe Biden left for Asia on a mission to reinforce America's determination to be a major Pacific player, a regional crisis over disputed airspace threatened to drown out his message.
While polls show youth approval of establishment politics dropping, it doesn't mean young Americans won't have an impact Whenever new opinion data about young people is released, there's a frenzy to figure out what it all means.
From Kiev to Kabul, the promise of prosperity is winning hearts and minds.