Trump’s staff turnover makes it impossible to craft a coherent strategy.
Tag: foreign policy
Lebanon is about to kick 1.5 million Syrians out of the country—and they have nowhere else to go.
Most are vowing to rejoin the nuclear deal, but pretty soon there may be no deal left to rejoin.
ISIS bombing an Afghani wedding is a reminder that terrorists will fill the vacuum we leave behind.
How Trump is advancing the anti-Israel agenda—and how Netanyahu is helping him.
If anyone who knows the political peril of dysfunctional electrical power, it’s Arnold Schwarzenegger.
He lacks a groundbreaking vision for America’s place in the world, but he’s offering some serious proposals.
Legal troubles and an inability to form a coalition government cast a shadow of weakness over the Israeli prime minister.
He created the reactionary blueprint that still defines the rules of U.S. engagement in the Persian Gulf.
He is exerting maximal pressure in a go it alone strategy designed to bully Iran into submission.