It is appropriate on this 11th anniversary to think hard about the need for a new direction in foreign policy.
While Romney's camp calls his trip "a great success," it appears to have been anything but successful. In a trip that should have been a breeze, he has succeeded in angering our closest ally, as well as liberals and conservatives alike.
Cuba is advancing a broad-based human rights agenda for LGBT people ahead of the United States.
Rejecting a U.S.-Cuba prisoner exchange, a recent Washington Post editorial brought new visibility to that possibility.
This is a shocking book. Keith Bolender's "Voices from the Other Side" offers testimony from Cuban victims of U. S. terror.
The only good thing I can say about Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip to Asia last month is that it is over.
Recent vindictive U.S. actions in the case of the Cuban 5 raise the question: what is holding back a change in the unconstructive policy of blockade and hostility toward Cuba?
With Haiti very far from seeing an end to its tribulation, there is both cooperation and conflict in the rescue effort.
Before buying into an escalataion strategy, the Obama administration should spend some time examining the August 12 battle of Dananeh.
In 1992 Afghan President Najibullah issued a warning. Unfortunately, it was rejected.