Officials have placed local law enforcement on alert over the possibility that the Anti-American protests in the Middle East could spark domestic terrorism or violence.
This year's gay pride parade in Serbia will demonstrate the country’s progress towards ensuring human and minority rights and freedom of assembly.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice appeared on "This Week" on Sunday to speak about the deadly attacks and anti-American protests that swept across the Middle East this week.
If only Americans could see that the anti-Muslim film is yet another deliberate act of malice aimed at getting the kind of reaction that would demonstrate that Muslims are blood-thirst and violen
Muslims must come to understand that there's nothing Western governments can do to shut their citizens up from expressing their opinions, no matter how absurd they are.
The Pope’s visit comes at a time of turmoil in the Middle East, and his trip represents both a religious and political statement to the Christians living across the region.
The organizers of these riots are nothing more than political operatives, much like those who organize Democratic and Republican campaigns for elective office.
The U.S. government must make clear to their Egyptian and Libyan counterparts that apologies are not enough. Justice is needed, as is the assurance that this can never happen again.
Pope Benedict XVI began a three-day visit in Lebanon amid escalating tensions in the Muslim-dominated Middle East, preaching the message of inter-religious dialogue.
The Libyan government and people are eager to solve their security problem. The consulate attack is a wake-up call to the U.S. to offer more assistance and support than it has.
The shared conceit of both political parties is that American values and interests overseas are synonymous, but if they aren’t, which ones do we sacrifice first?
The violent protests across the Muslim world triggered by an anti-Islam film have now spread to Sydney, Australia, where eight people were arrested and six officers injured.
The search for the person behind the film that's prompted deadly riots across the Muslim world keeps taking one weird twist after another.
American foreign policy is nonsensical and irrational. Time to make it explicit - you threaten American lives, America will threaten you right back.
Do this week’s attack on U.S. embassies send a signal that the U.S. should reduce its diplomatic footprint in the Middle East and elsewhere?
Clearly, American efforts to "export democracy" to the Middle East are not working. It's time for a new course.
Governor and Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson is right that current U.S. foreign policy must change immediately.
In a significant blow to al-Qaeda, U.S. drone strikes killed senior officials of the terrorist group, including the second-in-command of the organization's Arabian Peninsula group.
U.S.-Israel relations are likely to be a feature of the Republican campaign. Despite Clinton's claim that Netanyahu is to blame for lack of peace, we should stick with our allies.
Technocrats may be effective economic managers, but they make for terrible country leaders because they put profits ahead of people.
The West must rethink its Middle East foreign policy. At the same time, Islam must reconsider its views as they relate to the rest of the world.
The riot at the U.S. Embassy in Sana'a comes at a tumultuous time for U.S.-Yemen relations, and is more about the past year than about a YouTube movie.
Whoever runs the U.S. embassy in Cairo’s Twitter feed is snarky and not about to take any ... well you know.
The protests that left the US ambassador to Libya dead will inevitably lead to questions about security/policy. Here are three thoughts that represent an inital reaction to the damage done.
While we may have thought American aid during the Arab Spring was enough to smooth out anti-American rage, attacks in Cairo and Libya show that this is not the case.