Articles by Heather Hurlburt
The United States can't practically sanction all countries voting to support Palestine in the U.N. General Assembly.
The international defense community called out Syria, Afghanistan, and the use of drones as some of the most important issues facing global national security.
Petraeus understood his institutional leadership was compromised by his own actions.
The CIA chief’s resignation enables a debate about the role of remote warfare and the future of counterterrorism.
The views of President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have converged on several key foreign policy issues.
The next president of the United States will have to deal with a turnover of world leaders, turbulence in the Middle East, and climate change.
Campaigns and the media are dropping women back into binders to focus on foreign policy, disregarding the fact that it is an important issue for female voters.
Families of the victims of the diplomatic murders in Libya are telling President Obama and Mitt Romney not to make the incident a campaign issue.
If Romney wants to move to the middle on foreign policy, he'll have to endorse Obama's policies.
The Romney campaign shouldn't be focusing on the economy, they need to keep attention on foreign policy.