The recent prospect of a diplomatic breakthrough between the United States and Iran has provided new hope for a solution.
On the Newsstand: Winter 2012
Is America Safe?
Hacking Homeland, The Stewart-Colbert Factor, and David Axelrod
Given the nature of cyberwarfare and the wide gaps in cybersecurity legislation, it remains clear that the American network is at great risk.
The Chinese view of a 21st century world order is, to a large extent, shaped by American attitudes and actions.
Stabilizing the region and containing the influence of extremist groups will depend on the international community’s ability to work with regional partners.
A peacetime America poses several transitional challenges that the federal government must confront.
How the conventional wisdom of U.S.-Israeli relations is being turned on its head
Blurring the line between comedy and journalism, Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart possess a unique ability to raise political issues.
Bowles-Simpson does not transcend today's political issues but is rather one potential solution among many.
On the geopolitical stakes of Sino-Russian cooperation.
The U.S. needs to import other nations’ ideas for its drug program.
The Azawad is a destabilizing factor for many weak West African states.
The Latvian recovery and so-called “Baltic model” hold valuable lessons for the troubled Eurozone periphery.
Books & Arts
#YoSoy132 continues its political struggle through artistic expression.
R. Kelly possesses a willingness to seem ridiculous and a desire to entertain for a greater purpose.
J.K. Rowling's debut adult novel is a first-hand look at various manifestations of disappoints and failings of human nature.