Articles by Robert Nolan
Until factions learn to work together, the new Egypt will continue to look like the old one.
The small Gulf emirate has assisted in Libya and Syria, started Al-Jazeera, and is playing an increasingly important role in the global economy.
But Petraeus should still testify before Congress to quiet conspiracy theorists.
President Barack Obama needs to approach foreign policy in his second term by focusing on several domestic issues that have global impact.
The 100-plus ethnic groups in Myanmar threaten the historic political and economic reforms currently taking place there.
Five surveys of American public opinion on international affairs proves that Americans are in tune with what is happening around the globe.
The West African country has been deteriorating since a coup earlier this year, and the international community is increasingly concerned with the situation.
On the 12th anniversary of the United States's longest war, no one is talking about Afghanistan.
Romney and President Barack Obama have different perspectives on foreign policy and national security.