Former US Representative Frank Wolf and two other religious freedom experts address how American foreign policy leaders should tackle religious persecution in Iraq and around the globe.
The political uncertainty sired by elections tends to increase risk premia in corporate stock and bond markets.
A new phrase has rapidly become familiar in schooling: “opt-out.” Across the nation, hundreds of thousands of students are refusing to take state reading and math tests, usually at the behest of their parents.
Three things about unionization and women stand out to me.
Can’t we all learn about the great Americans of history with a view to what they did, rather than what they looked like?
Nearly halfway through his six-year term, Peña Nieto does not appear to have a comprehensive strategy for dealing with lawlessness in many parts of Mexico.
Gen. Joseph Dunford doesn’t fit the profile of an “Obama General,” but he may be the right man for the job. However, if, like Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, he appears to be an Obama echo chamber rather than an independent-minded professional, his chairmanship will be dead on arrival.
Could the fact that the last three presidents won the White House on their first try be a sign that voters have become more averse to staleness in politicians?
Republican Senator Jeff Sessions’ list of concerns on Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are wrong about currency manipulation and trade deficits.
The EU needs to do much more than just punish Gazprom. It must create a genuinely competitive marketplace for energy, providing the European economy with cheap, secure and, ideally, clean energy.