Thomas Barrack’s links to the GOP go well beyond Donald Trump.
Despite years of policy and rhetoric designed to reproach Moscow, Washington now needs help containing the Taliban.
Another example of how our post-9/11 counterterrorism interests have emboldened violent leaders who seem to stay in power forever.
Recent months have not been necessarily kind to Chinese aspirations of remaining aloof to conflict beyond its borders.
The new Iranian administration may agree on a revised JCPOA with the U.S. But if the economic benefits are paltry, political support will drain away.
Expect the military officials who commanded Afghanistan to invoke ‘cutting and running.’ Let’s talk about why they failed.
Officials have announced an ‘end’ to the combat mission, but this appears to be a shift in definitions rather than a real withdrawal.
Arguments against the JCPOA only become comprehensible only when one understands that nuclear nonproliferation is not their goal.
Its new national security strategy may be calculated to appeal to voters, but the West has clearly helped to push Putin’s buttons, too.
The administration has been sluggish in its pledge to withdraw material support to the Kingdom and help end the blockade in Yemen.
The War on Terror-era neocon is at it again, scolding America for withdrawing from Afghanistan and advocating we stay in the game.
A grassroots movement is opposing a package of nearly $100M in subsidies and local handouts for a new Raytheon defense plant in town.
Excuses for why the US can’t lift Trump restrictions on the cash Americans send their families there are outdated and inaccurate.
Senators Sanders, Lee, and Murphy have teamed up again, putting teeth into oversight of arms sales and interventions.
The E3’s failure to stand up to Trump was compounded by a series of miscalculations in the six months since Biden took office.
But will the Senate take up the mantle and finally bring about reunions between North Koreans and their families in America?
Heavily redacted classified DOJ memo shows the legal contortions used to justify the 2020 assassination.
He needs all the friends he can get, with restiveness in the palace and on the Jordanian street, and a greater power struggle in the Middle East.
New report finds that Iran is not ‘on the march,’ but among multiple powers, some US-backed, destabilizing the region.
Is there a double standard when government-linked makers and sellers of ‘nasty’ spyware used by autocrats are U.S. allies?
Two administrations could have done something when it counted. But now ‘doing something’ is no longer welcome in Port-au-Prince.