No one except, perhaps, Secretary of State John Kerry, thinks that the current Israeli government is willing to negotiate in good faith a two-state solution. As Mairav Zonszein writes on the website, +972, members of Binyamin Netanyahu’s cabinet and party are now openly declaring the two-state solution dead.
Her new role as national security adviser will have little impact on Obama's foreign policy
Her new role as national security adviser will have little impact on Obama's foreign policy.
Why Susan Rice is a better fit for national security adviser than for secretary of state.
The many, many board seats of D.C.'s ultimate operator
The many, many board seats of D.C.'s ultimate operator.
The president has many options on Syria—though none is guaranteed to produce a good outcome.
The president turns a blind eye to Syria's use of chemical weapons
Obama has a problem. On August 20, 2012, he declared that the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian dictator is his “red line.” It appears that in March a chemical weapon was used in Khan al-Asal in the province of Aleppo. The game is on.
Is Foreign Policy Any Different When It's Crafted by Veterans?
The long, confused history of warriors as policymakers.
Advice for the new secretary of state about Israeli-Palestinian relations
Advice for the new secretary of state on Israeli-Palestinian relations. For instance: It's not a race.
Obama finally finds his doctrine
Barack Obama's foreign policy: "light footprint," lightweight thinking.