Articles by Glain, Stephen
Gen. David Petraeus leads the way on revisionism of Vietnam War.
A dangerous view of U.S. foreign policy history
Which is why Washington tolerates Europe's indolence over Libya.
The White House and Congress have long had a habit of combining groups like al Qaeda and the Taliban into a single, improbable whole enemy.
In a two-hour meeting, the country's liberal, leftist, and Islamist leaders discussed best governance for Egypt.
The U.S. Constitution is hardly playing a role in shaping Egypt's new foundation.
Karl Marx was dead wrong on communism, but he was spot on about the pitfalls of capitalism.
Americans will continue to fund the world’s largest armed force without knowing how much it really costs.
The defense chief could have eased America out of the empire business. Instead, he expanded its franchise.
Osama bin Laden reaction and the talk of troops staying in Iraq are just a repeat of U.S. foreign policy in the '90s .