Articles by Evan Moore
U.S. foreign assistance programs advance America's security, prosperity, and global leadership.
After last week's nuclear test, international diplomacy is no longer the way to deal with the threat of North Korea.
The fiscal future of the U.S. Armed Forces hangs perilously in the balance as sequestration remains a threat.
The Obama administration should stand up to Vladimir Putin and protect the liberal international order that the United States helped to create.
Tthe United States must retain enough force in Afghanistan to allow the country to conduct a counter-terrorist campaign against remaining extremist and militant groups.
American and allied direct involvement in Syria is the only way in which the conflict will end.
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 United States must work with other countries to protect Syrian civilians and help opposition forces organize.
In his foreign policy speech, Romney said the United States must support Arab Spring protesters and eliminate Obama's cuts to defense spending.