Peter Juul dissects conservative rage over President Obama’s multilateral-led military intervention in Libya to reveal their many contradictions.
Peter Juul explores how the Obama administration can turn its spur-of-the-moment decision to support an international coalition into feasible policy options.
A truly new Libya can only be one without the Qaddafis in charge, writes Peter Juul.
Egypt’s revolution has exposed the foreign policy divisions among conservatives more than any other event since President Barack Obama took office, says Peter Juul.
The Obama administration will need to practice patient diplomacy to ensure that Egypt’s political transition leads to an open and democratic system, writes Peter Juul.
Peter Juul previews the potential conflicts likely to arise in the upcoming defense budget debate. It’s sure to be messy.
Peter Juul recommends steps to improve security in air cargo in light of last week’s attempted bombing on flights bound for the United States.
Issue Brief The Turkish humanitarian group may have suspect connections, but shouldn’t be added to the list of foreign terrorist organizations, write Melis Tusiray, Peter Juul, and Michael Werz.
President Obama should push for a broad progressive agenda on women’s rights at the G-8 summit this weekend, write Peter Juul and Shira Saperstein.
Congress should give the Obama administration flexibility to work with international partners on the most effective strategy for Iran, write Brian Katulis and Peter Juul.
Report Matthew Duss, Peter Juul, and Brian Katulis weigh the human, financial, and strategic costs to U.S. national security since the military intervention in Iraq.
The notion that an Iranian bomb will undoubtedly lead to a regional arms race needs to be more closely examined, say Brian Katulis and Peter Juul.
The nuclear treaty signed by Obama and Medvedev undercuts Iranian efforts to drive a wedge between Russia and the west write Max Bergmann, Samual Charap, and Peter Juul on The Guardian's "Comment Is Free" blog.
Report Iraq holds elections this weekend, and the United States must move into a new phase of strengthening bilateral ties with the country, write Brian Kaulis and Peter Juul.
Peter Juul presents five steps to protect and improve Afghan women’s rights as the United States begins its new strategy there.