Different choices by the Obama administration could have made it harder for the Islamic State to become as powerful as it did.
And why, from the Persian Gulf to Iraq to Syria, Americans haven’t gotten — and won’t be getting — the foreign policy they want.
Over eight years, President Barack Obama has created the most intrusive surveillance apparatus in the world. To what end?
A recent review of my biography of President Bush reaffirms the arguments it seeks to dispute.
Jean Edward Smith’s biography is so replete with factual errors and specious judgments that an extended set of corrections and remonstrances seems warranted.
The GOP nominee is brushing aside criticism from dozens of senior Republican foreign policy experts by linking them to miscues that took place after they'd left office.
He’s been sunning himself in Miami for far too long.
Bad action movies can be good sources for fraudulent spies.
From Iraq and WMDs to Israel and Palestine to Syria and Russia, how the United States could’ve avoided some of its biggest mistakes.
A theory on where former President George H.W. Bush discovered the phrase "iron-ass."
Good policy won't fix anything if the system is broken.