For all his promises — and a Nobel Peace Prize — the Obama presidency delivered more hope than change.
The arc of history is long, but it won't ever judge the president's Syria policy kindly.
At his first post-election press conference, President Obama assured the press and public alike that Trump will find there is a difference between campaigning and governing.
World leaders gathered in New York City to give speeches and discuss the world’s most pressing foreign-policy issues, but they neglected two of its biggest problems.
In his final U.N. address, President Obama pleads with world leaders to keep global borders, markets, and minds open.
As they gather for a United Nations summit, global leaders are expected to fall short in tackling crises from migration to Syria.
International inspectors find gaping holes in Syria’s chemical weapons declarations, raising concern that Assad may have hidden some of his deadliest warfare agents.
In the coming decades, will the outgoing president’s foreign policy ultimately be remembered as a success or will it be overshadowed by what some would call his inability to act?
The drone strike in Pakistan shows the United States is betting on weakening the insurgency on the battlefield — not at the negotiating table.
What the profile of Ben Rhodes tells us about ego and politics inside the Obama administration.
86 countries have drones, 19 of them armed. Now ISIS wants them too. Is it too late to stop the unmanned arms race?
The Democratic president also slammed GOP hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz's immigration plans as "Draconian."