Barack Obama leaves America and the world better prepared for the tumultuous years that lie ahead.
The Democrat kept America and its superpower status together at a time when lesser men might have lost it.
A look back at the pivot to Asia, the reset with Russia, Obama’s deal with Iran and the war in Libya.
To blame the American for all the turmoil in Asia and the Middle East is to give regional actors a pass.
Barack Obama’s European policy hasn’t been spotless, but Republicans have no credibility here.
The president is right we need a new social compact, but he still underestimates the impact of regulation.
Britain’s decision to leave had little to do with the United States. But it does affect transatlantic relations.
The urge to “do something” is understandable. It’s also not going to change the president’s calculation.
The Republican huffs and puffs while the man he wants to succeed is actually killing the terrorists.
The idea that American foreign policy is in retreat is a myth fabricated by Barack Obama’s opponents.