The 82nd Airborne taking part in NATO exercises in Spain.
No election in recent times has so clearly presented American voters with such a stark choice when it comes to U.S. foreign policy. A guide to the major differences.
Members of the Senegalese anti-government youth movement Y'en a Marre (We’re Fed Up), in Dakar.
US President Barack Obama would do well to refocus America's interventions in Africa to support peaceful activists fighting for democracy.
What’s he saying about me?
Barack Obama's dour disappointment with Europe is far more powerful than his worries about a Brexit.
Ready for war: American and South Korean soldiers in April 2016.
Only 16 percent of Americans see North Korea as the US' "greatest enemy." Here's why that percentage should be much bigger.
US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
To date, neither Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump nor Democratic contender Hillary Clinton have paid significant attention to Africa as part of their campaign efforts.
Donald Trump has been highly critical of trade liberalisation, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Donald Trump will probably not become US president, but whoever succeeds Barack Obama will have a tough time undoing the damage Trump has done.
Some things never change, it seems. For my entire life people have been protesting about the madness of nuclear weapons. Policymakers have been studiously ignoring such protests for just as long. Not only…
At Parque de la Memoria, Obama and Macri pay tribute to victims of the dictatorship.
Argentina and the US have never had the cosiest of relationships. Could opening up old secrets help bring them together?
Speaking to AIPAC in Washington March 21.
If you take Donald Trump at his word, what would his foreign policy look like?
The latest American to flock to Cuba.
Cuba has been reforming parts of its economy since 2008. Will the thaw in relations with its Cold War adversary and Obama's visit accelerate those changes?
We examine the highlights in 334 legal opinions written by Obama's pick to replace Antonin Scalia.
A 2010 billboard challenging President Obama.
The word may be new, but the first time the 'birther' political ploy was used was in the 1916 presidential elections.
He’s off, and he’s burning bridges.
EPA/Larry W. Smith
Speaking to The Atlantic, the president didn't leave anything out – except the bit where thousands died and millions lost their homes.
Young people can shape election results.
Fred Prouser/ Reuters
About 49 million young people are eligible to vote, representing a major potential political force. So, what can universities do to increase their turnout?
Who will join their ranks now – and when?
The last time a president nominated a Supreme Court justice during his last year in office was in the tumultuous year of 1968. It didn't go well.
Obama’s budget is very much alive.
Republicans immediately labeled the president's budget proposal dead on arrival, but the very nature of government means it remains very much alive.
Obama has some difficult steps to climb to appoint a justice to replace Antonin Scalia.
There are just four steps to appointing a Supreme Court justice -- but that's not to say it's going to be an easy process for Obama.
US President Barack Obama is about to play host to the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). While this motley collection of autocrats, kleptocrats, and even some democrats will…
Obama delivers remarks at the Islamic Society of Baltimore mosque on February 3, 2016.
The president gave an encouraging and inclusive speech to American Muslims, but he may have picked up the cause too late.
Donald Trump will likely do well in Iowa, but that doesn’t guarantee his success in gaining the Republican presidential nomination.
Media agencies are fascinated with polls because until there is an election, they have to report something.