In Prague speech Sunday, the US president talked about Iran, North Korea, Russia, and how to stop the spread of nuclear weapons.
In The Hague this week, Iranian officials offered to cooperate with the US. Iran has pursued an ambitious redevelopment effort in Afghanistan since 2001.
While the increase in soldiers is modest, the government is showing support for Obama's shift of strategy in Afghanistan – and, more broadly, for the administration itself.
Gen. Raymond Odierno outlines the challenges facing US forces as they continue to tamp down violence while working toward a June deadline to withdraw from Iraqi cities.
As president heads to France, Europeans ask how best to respond to an ally that is suddenly sending all the signals it has hoped for.
Readers write about how President Obama can improve the US's relationship with Iran, why theocracy is a major threat to freedom of speech, and why illegal immigration should not be romanticized.