The interim nuclear agreement between the Great Powers and Iran is creating a lot of anxiety for people who support the deal, because not much proof has been offered to suggest that it will actually work.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's message to the U.N. was simple: If Iran doesn't abandon its nuclear ambitions in the coming months, we're going to have a crisis.
The real losers in the new Syrian agreement are the Syrian people, who will continue to be raped, tortured and slaughtered.
The week of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi's ouster was also a bad one for the Al Jazeera television network and a hateful Sunni televangelist.
There are many good reasons to be grateful for the turn of events in Cairo. Women and the 10 percent of Egyptians who are Christian should be pleased.
The U.S. goal of getting Israel's prime minister and the Palestinian Authority president together for direct talks about the most divisive issues is noble but quite futile.
A former NSA contractor who washes up in a Chinese city-state to rail against the state of U.S. privacy doesn't hold a lot of credibility with many Americans.
Susan Rice's appointment to be the next U.S. national security adviser is payback for her loyalty to Barack Obama and a thumb in the eyes of her Senate critics.
Operation Desert Schmooze, President Barack Obama's two-day charm offensive in Jerusalem last week, achieved its central goal of convincing Israelis that the U.S. president doesn't have horns. Obama's achievements were partly symbolic. Merely by smiling and saying comforting words about Israel's inherent legitimacy, he went ...