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What are the new rules of the political game in the Middle East? Nobody knows, but Marc Lynch’s The Arab Uprising is a useful guide.
Though the Cuban Missile Crisis was fifty years ago, imperial America and the threat of nuclear war remains.
The coup government's brutal campaign against the opposition elicits barely a peep of criticism from the United States.
Don’t expect either Obama or Romney to ask any of these questions.
U.S military might is failing in a world without major enemies.
Washington must work with Russia, embracing the letter and spirit of the Geneva principles agreed upon in June.
Despite the White House’s statements against Islamophobia, their failure to fire a hatemongering lieutenant tells a different story.
Forget Mitt Romney. With the foreign policy crisis in the Middle East, can the president make it to November 7?
Benjamin Netanyahu’s denunciations of US restraint regarding Iran have raised many questions about US-Israeli relations—and about the politics of American Jews.
There’s much more behind the demonstrations than anger at one bigoted YouTube clip.