From crawling on the carpet with Ronald Reagan to sipping tea with the Che Guevara of Afghanistan, former staffers recount stories as the Monitor transitions to new formats.
Ehud Barak says he could act as a counterweight to far-right and religious coalition members.
Gates picks an admiral with diplomatic skills to command US troops in Europe.
Profit, not patriotism, keeps companies afloat.
Cleaner-burning fuel is reducing dangerous levels of pollution – and saving money, too.
A journalist examines the life of an Iraqi general to understand why good people serve evil regimes.
Obama's outreach to Iran lifts hopes that the US and Russia can find more common ground in their bids to get Iran to curtail its nuclear program.
The US special envoy told allies at the Brussels Forum that the Talibanization of the region was a top concern.