Chinese and American leaders are now playing a game of chicken that couldn’t be more dangerous for both countries and the planet.
Code Pink says the chair of the foreign relations committee is hindering, not helping get the U.S. back into Iran nuclear deal.
The administration is applying greater oversight across the range of military operations. Such oversight does not imply the end of the endless wars.
Ambassador James Jeffrey is just reminding us how complicated and counterproductive our policy is there — if there is one.
US, Japanese, and South Korean officials met today to coordinate their approach: they should start by focusing on a peace regime.
The administration is pulling back military assets from the kingdom, suggesting a pivot that could affect the region.
It’s clear that the nuclear deal must be resurrected and protected before the Iranian elections and Biden seems to know that.
The US can park its military gear and instead help foment structures of good governance.
It’s dangerous to start making declarations before all the facts are in, but that seems to be par for the course when dealing with Moscow.
Biden’s dithering on JCPOA re-entry has raised concerns about renewed prospects for war.
A pillar of Iranian Americans for Liberty’s existence appears to be baselessly smearing its ideological opponents as agents of the regime in Tehran.
Apart from overstating the Tehran threat, a new analysis exaggerates the success of US strategy in the demise of the Soviet Union.
There’s an attempt to harken back to the good ole days of the USSR rivalry in the context of competition with Beijing. That’s dangerous.
Reps. Murphy and Khanna are frustrated with the pace of JCPOA re-entry, but the White House may be ready to make some moves.
The two countries might have a common interest in moving away from the foreign policies that their respective leaders have advanced.
The Afghan War made a pivotal and particularly mournful contribution, definitively exposing as delusionary claims of U.S. military supremacy.
A draft of the upper income bracket might be the way to get Americans more engaged and more ‘invested’ in our conflicts overseas.
Beware of another year in which politics wins over strategy and the security budget is bloated in all the wrong places.
The Trump administration did the same thing and none of the hawks said a word.
A prominent Iran hawk got called out after falsely blaming Biden for Iran’s projected economic growth.
Vietnam distracted LBJ from his ambitious domestic agenda. Iran could do the same for Biden.