The World speaks with Politico's Susan Glasser who says, "You have no idea what's going on."
President Barack Obama will address the nation Wednesday, and he's expected to make his case for further US military action against the militants who call themselves the Islamic State. The president is likely to announce a continuation of the air campaign that began against ISIS in Iraq a month ago, and the possible start of airstrikes against the militants in Syria.
In a year of never-ending crises from Ukraine to Syria to Gaza to West Africa, the United States isn't always the country getting results. What does that mean for America's place in the world?
Speaking to the graduating class at West Point, President Barack Obama spoke at length on his foreign policy vision, and how the US can accomplish its missions without firing a shot.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov likes to drink, smoke, wear Italian suits, and foil the US. And the world should take him seriously, says Politico's Susan Glasser.
Susan Glasser, the editor of Foreign Policy magazine says when it comes to foreign policy, this year's US presidential campaign has moved beyond nuance and into unabashed sloganeering.
Multiple foreign policy crisis including anti-American demonstrations, the war in Syria and unrest in Afghanistan,Iraq and south China are adding up to critical test for President Obama, says Susan Glasser, the editor in chief at Foreign Policy magazine.