The second phase of the Arab Spring is about defining society from the ground up.
The president has not quite faced the foreign policy challenges that his predecessors did.
Those calling for U.S. intervention in Syria have the luxury of overlooking the multitude of other potential crises.
An excerpt from the new book by Robert D. Kaplan.
As the United States and China become great power rivals, India could decide the course of geopolitics in Eurasia this century.
The fate of the South China Sea story actually lies for the most part with China.
It is not Putin's so-called immorality in foreign affairs that threatens Russia, it is the fact that he is not a modernizer.
The use of special operations forces is an inevitable development of postmodern warfare.