Now is an opportune time for Mr. Obama to rethink counterterrorism. Sadly, the orator-in-chief is unlikely to take it
While many acknowledge there were major strategic problems with the Bush Doctrine, at least George W. Bush’s presidency had a (mildly coherent) vision for the way the U.S. should approach the world
Obama's image across the world is more reflective of his method of politics, and less representative of the wave of excitement upon which he was elected
Labour's former Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, has used his Press TV pulpit to make anti-imperialist excuses on behalf of the Boston bombers
Libertarians already face an uphill battle. The last thing we need is to be linked to a bunch of big-government Republicans
Today is the 10th anniversary of the Stop the War protest in London, against the Iraq War. 10 years on, those who marched should not be quite so sure of themselves
US diplomat Paul Bremer was pelted with shoes at a meeting in the British Parliament this week - exclusive footage
As the White House prepares to announce Obama’s first visit to Israel as U.S. President, Dr. James D. Boys commences a series of articles considering U.S. foreign policy towards the Middle East and how it has evolved over the past 4 years.
How liberals must give thanks for having one of their own in office to show the Bush administration for the travesty it was. Except that's not quite right, is it?
The American economy is a rapacious beast; it constantly needs new territory to feed its growth, if that territory is not forthcoming, it will quickly eat itself alive
Drones have replaced Guantanamo Bay: suspected terrorists are no longer being captured. They are killed. No ifs, no buts. It is a cheaper and more discreet modus operandi
To many, last night's debate may have appeared to be a tie, since both men had a solid night. But a tie was not enough for Obama
Does Romney trump Obama on Middle East policy?
In the coming days the world will witness whether Romney has what it takes to take on a sitting president. If he can do so, and land a punch or two, his odds for victory will improve considerably
Throughout the past 40 years, Democrats have been cast as the Mummy Party and Republicans as the Daddy. Are we seeing an unlikely role reversal?
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