If there were any justice, there would be an outbreak of “Support Our Diplomats” bumper stickers.
The Yemen Conflict Isn't a Sectarian War—Yet
April 03, 2015
Framing the conflict as Sunni vs. Shia oversimplifies the complex political landscape within Yemen. More importantly, it could become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Bibi on the Brink
March 15, 2015
Netanyahu's party trails in the polls, and he has no one to blame but himself. Will Tuesday's election end his reign?
Here's why that would never happen.
Stop Calling Tom Cotton a Traitor
March 10, 2015
His letter to Iran was reckless, but not treasonous.
They put a fine point on why reaching a deal now is so crucial.
Netanyahu's Grandstanding Is Good for His Candidacy, Bad for His Country
February 17, 2015
He'll win votes in Israel, but he's alienating the world in the process.
The Three Worst Foreign Policy Predictions of 2014
December 31, 2014
Russia would never invade Ukraine, right?
Diplomacy is working, and more sanctions would change that.