Articles by Patrick Christy
The White House has thrown support behind deals in the Asia-Pacific and Europe.
After Hugo Chavez's death, the Obama administration must stand with the people of Venezuela by publicly defending democratic principles.
If the Obama administration truly wishes to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran, it's time for a new, hard-nosed approach.
U.S. foreign assistance programs advance America's security, prosperity, and global leadership.
The fiscal future of the U.S. Armed Forces hangs perilously in the balance as sequestration remains a threat.
More persistent attention needs to be paid to Egypt's internal security challenges, which directly impact the strategic interests of the United States.
The United States must help guide Egypt's political transition.
The world is still a dangerous place and cutting defense spending will restrict our ability to respond to threats abroad.
The second Obama administration must recognize the United States and China have potentially irreconcilable views on the international order.