Articles by Glain, Stephen
The president now has the leverage he needs to frame a Middle East peace deal.
Americans have become far too willing to be led into conflicts they haven’t troubled themselves to properly understand.
The Wikileaks Guantanamo Bay files show America's declining evidentiary standards.
NATO is struggling to provide the close air support the rebels desperately need.
No expenditure is as misunderstood as the “burden” of foreign aid.
Where does this leave an increasingly unstable Middle East?
War with China will make Americans nostalgic for Afghanistan and Iraq.
New video game Homefront evokes Cold War-type unrealistic fear of enemies abroad.
There's nothing more corrosive to national security than military alliances that have become ends in themselves.
The United States has not committed its troops to protect a core security interest since the end of World War II.