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President Obama may have to change his foreign policy goals in the wake of Tuesday's elections.

President Obama’s 2009 inauguration ushered in a new era that sought for America to re-engage with the world. But what happens to the spirit of Obama’s foreign policy if Republicans capture control of Congress? Read more»

Humanitarian cargo waits to cross into Egypt at the Rafah border crossing in the southern Gaza Strip in 2009. Egypt opened its border with the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, letting Palestinians cross until further notice amid a storm of international criticism of Israel's blockade of the enclave, officials in Egypt and Gaza said. (Mohammed Salem/Reuters) Click to enlarge photo

It’s time for Israel to end its three-year blockade of Gaza and for the international community to abandon its failed policy of trying to isolate Hamas. Read more»

Mohamed ElBaradei (left) meets with President Obama before the Security Council Summit on nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament in September.

Mohamed ElBaradei, former head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency, believes it is likely the international community will move to impose tougher sanctions on Iran, but is just as convinced that sanctions will fail. Read more»