The foreign policy implications of the U.S. midterms could be profound.
The first ever US-Africa Summit takes place in DC next week
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton re-defines diplomacy for the 21st century. Hint: smart, strategic development aid is at the heart of it.
Haitians are now allowed to come to the U.S. as part of the largest American temporary foreign worker program. How this policy development will help Haiti and the reconstruction.
According to a report by the Tax Justice Network, trillions of dollars are lost every year to tax evasion - a problem which affects developing and industrialized nations alike.
Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is designed to protect American consumers from products containing conflict minerals. But will it help protect Congolese from the conflict itself?
The senate holds a hearing on Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. She supports ratification. You should too!
So now that he is nominated, he should start work any day, right? Wrong. This position requires senate confirmation and this senate has been particularly tough on Obama nominees.
It is fair to say that today's election is not going to turn on foreign policy. Still, the group of lawmakers voted into office today will have a set of global issues vying for their attention. So how does the slate of candidates up for election today fare on those issues?