They aim to create a flexible, consumer-friendly system.
Treaties and alliances dating from the Cold War are ceasing to be relevant and cannot long be sustained.
A global mission to eradicate an ineradicable phenomenon has nothing to do with benefiting Americans.
It gains the U.S. nothing but problems, and whatever symbolic value it has for Israel will quickly be outweighed by the costs.
Good things that might happen under the new administration
Soul-searching (sort of) in Tinseltown as Trump takes power
Can the press corps cover Trump, conservatives, or Christians fairly?
Bush and Ross would commit the U.S. to more aggressive policies in the region that serve no American interests.
Backing a Kurdish state would be one more unnecessary headache for the U.S. that serves no discernible American interest.
Pope Francis and the sophistry of saying that for God, 2 + 2 can equal 5
The strengths and weaknesses of a “Zen master approach to world politics.”
You can understand the mistakes of the past, but you can’t repeat the past to undo them.
At best, Trump appointees’ preoccupation with Iran is a distraction from more pressing security threats.
At what point do we admit that human-driven global warming is not going to stop?
The left is not only losing its mind over Trump the provocateur — but also getting dangerous.
Haley’s testimony showed both extreme hawkish “pro-Israel” bias and an almost total misunderstanding of who our real allies are.
Haley and Trump seem to be of one mind that one of the priorities of U.S. foreign policy should be covering for the illegal behavior of a client state.
Putting on his big-girl panties surely helped Chelsea Manning win a pardon
Can we fix the corporate tax and achieve Trump’s trade goals at the same time?
Obama has probably done more to discredit “humanitarian” interventionism with his policies than any other recent president.
As Donald Trump takes office, the clock will already be ticking in each of these regions.
The next president must heal a fractured nation—not confront an evil empire.
Will he actively pursue Israel’s interests or merely let both sides of the conflict do their thing?
He’s right to be skeptical, but his specific complaints don’t hold water.
Clinton supporters have a new fantasy of bringing down Trump with the Emoluments Clause.
Professionals that want to serve in government should refrain from signing their names to denunciations of candidates unless they are prepared to be shut out from government positions as a result.
John Dean says Trump’s presidency is going to test our democracy like nothing ever has