Trump ran on a foreign policy that may fairly be described as a Trump Doctrine: In the post-post-Cold War era, the United States will start looking out for America first.
For Bibi Netanyahu, Israel’s longest-serving prime minister save only founding father David Ben-Gurion, it has been a week of triumph.
Is the foreign policy that America Firsters voted for being replaced by the Middle East agenda of Bibi and the neoconservatives? So it would appear.
Trump the dealmaker should find a way to keep the nuclear deal with Iran. We are far better off with it than without it.
If Donald Trump does not wish to collaborate in the destruction of his presidency, he will refuse to be questioned by the FBI, or by a grand jury, or by Special Counsel Robert Mueller
Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, billed as a celebration of the First Amendment and a tribute to journalists who “speak truth to power,”…
As the political wars of 1968 turned American politics upside down, a cultural war had broken out as well. Moral and social issues would tear apart families, communities and the entire nation
“Together,” President Macron instructed President Trump, “we can resist the rise of aggressive nationalisms that deny our history and divide the world.”
Before President Trump trashes the Iran nuclear deal, he might consider: If he could negotiate an identical deal with Kim Jong Un, it would astonish the world and win him the Nobel Peace Prize.
If Europe’s peoples see their leaders as accommodating a transnational EU, while failing to secure national borders, they will use democracy to replace them with men of action.
Whatever Trump says, America is not coming out of Syria. We are going deeper in.
Trump is heading into a 60-day period that will go far to determine the fate of his presidency and the future of the Middle East.
With his Sunday tweet that “Animal Assad,” ordered a gas attack on Syrian civilians, and Putin was morally complicit in the atrocity, President Donald Trump just painted himself and us into a corner.
With ISIS on the run in Syria, President Trump this week declared that he intends to make good on his promise to bring the troops home.
Did he secure America’s borders? Did he restore the industrial might of America? Did he take us out of and keep us out of any more neocon wars?
On the first Holy Thursday, Judas betrayed Christ. And of Judas the Lord said, “Woe to that man by whom the Son of Man shall be betrayed…”
Why would Pyongyang, having seen us attack Iraq, which had no WMD, and Libya, which had given up its WMD to mollify us, ever consider given up its nuclear weapons..
The Trump White House is behaving as if it were the prospective target of a coup d’etat. And it is not wrong to think so.
Britain has yet to identify the assassin who tried to murder the double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury, England. But Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson knows who ordered it.
After the victory of Donald Trump in 2016, the GOP held the Senate and House, two-thirds of the governorships, and 1,000 more state legislators than they had on the day Barack Obama took office.
To rising millions in the West, the open borders and free trade globalism they cherish and champion is not a glorious future, but an existential threat to the sovereignty, independence and identity.
Unless there is a late surge for Communist Party candidate Pavel Grudinin, Vladimir Putin will be re-elected president of Russia for another six years…
We have a strategic asset no one else can match. We control access to the largest richest market on earth, the USA.
Where is the historical evidence for the success of this experiment, the failure of which could mean the end of America as one nation and one people?
Koreans on both sides of the DMZ see themselves as one people. And, no fool, Kim Jong Un is exploiting the deep tribal ties he knows are there.