Matthew Yglesias is a senior editor at the Center for American Progress Action Fund, a former Prospect staff writer, and the author of Heads in the Sand: How the Republicans Screw Up Foreign Policy and Foreign Policy Screws Up the Democrats.
Thanks to a landslide victory for Japan's opposition party, the United States' relationship with its Asian ally just became rather unpredictable.Matthew YglesiasSep 03, 2009
Today, Afghans cast their votes under the threat of violence. But even if the election goes smoothly, one day's outcome should not be mistaken for sustained, effective governance.Matthew YglesiasAug 20, 2009
Hawks are lobbying hard for a gasoline embargo against Iran. Too bad such a sanction just won't work.Matthew YglesiasAug 06, 2009
The move to cut funding for the F-22 program is more than just a victory for common sense over defense pork.Matthew YglesiasJul 22, 2009
Obama's visit to Russia may have been drama-free, but it wasn't uneventful.Matthew YglesiasJul 08, 2009