She could have made her point without calling them out by name.
At a bare minimum, it can pay full freight for the U.S. forces deployed there.
It’s murky, but stronger than a new report lets on.
No filmmaker may ever nail it.
They do have a point.
Wars used to stop for the Games, not the other way around
To secure his diplomatic legacy, he’s leveraging his power to the extreme.
Why was the crack epidemic treated differently?
There’s more hype than evidence in the paper’s claims that Moscow orchestrates politics in Europe and America.
How the media nearly stole the 2000 election for Al Gore
He appears willing to kick nations off of the U.S. defense dole.
A success, but not an unqualified one.
Loss of primacy of place is not the same thing as extinction.
Her embrace of hawks is more than an electoral strategy.
A visit to Minsk reveals a peaceful transition to economic freedom.
Young people see through empty campaign promises on the economy and entitlements.
Yuval Levin suggests a return to subsidiarity can cure our fractured republic.
Even when well-meaning, Washington often has done far more harm than good.
Her national-security team-in-waiting wants a return to big U.S. interventions.