U.S. foreign policy

Columnists
Oct 19, 2009

Obama's harmful international influence

Again and again, U.S. negotiators have chosen not to strengthen international laws and protocols but rather to weaken them, often leading other rich countries in a race to the bottom.
Columnists
Sep 23, 2009

President Zelaya and the audacity of action

With tear gas wafting through the Brazilian Embassy where ousted president Manuel Zelaya is taking refuge, this week may force the U.S. to finally help the people of Honduras undo the coup.
Columnists
Aug 5, 2009

A coup for lobbyists at the White House

Though Barack Obama first called the Honduran military's removal of President Manuel Zelaya a coup, his administration has backpedaled. Could lobbyists in Washington be forging U.S. foreign policy?
Columnists
Jul 1, 2009

Undo the coup

The first coup d'etat in Central America in more than a quarter-century occurred last Sunday in Honduras. After a long history of domination in the hemisphere, the U.S. has a chance to change course.
Columnists
Jun 5, 2009

Where's the halal, Obama?

Obama quoted from the Koran, the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, implicitly challenging those who think they have sole possession of revealed truth. For a speech, it went as far as it could go.
Columnists
Apr 24, 2009

Afghan politics: Let's be real

Corruption and Islamic authoritarianism are now effectively enshrined in the constitution and the culture of Afghanistan, courtesy of U.S. foreign policy.

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