U.S. sanctions have done nothing to liberate the people of Cuba.
Donald Trump has a unique opportunity to redirect U.S. foreign policy, which has become dangerously unbalanced and militarized.
If President-Elect Donald Trump wants to transform policy, especially involving international affairs, he must not appoint those determined to uphold today's interventionist status quo.
All too many governments cannot imagine a world in which Washington does not provide for their nation's defense.
The U.S. should drop its expensive and risky commitment to go to war on behalf of a nation largely irrelevant to American security.
If Washington and its allies hope to halt the North Korean nuclear program, they will have to address the actual purpose of the North's activities, and not blame them on some mythical attack on the world.
What makes Hillary Clinton so dangerous is her advocacy of U.S. military dominance around the globe.
A U.S. withdrawal from South Korea would undercut Pyongyang's justification for its massive military spending.
If Manila wants to defend its interest against the region's most important power, it should create a military capable of doing so.
Christians who fled persecution in Pakistan now find themselves trapped in Thailand.