Realism & Restraint
If he doesn’t, the nuclear buildup he so callously advocates will become a reality, with Moscow several laps ahead.
Trump has the opportunity for his greatest foreign policy accomplishment yet.
It started with the Iraq War, which enlarged Iran’s regional power.
If it worked during the high stakes of the Cold War, it can work now, too.
Beijing policymakers may not be as happy as the headline writers think.
Despite Gina Haspel’s promises, we are in real danger of further excursions into the dark side.
And any agreement with North Korea will probably look like the JCPOA he despises.
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He rejects the Founders’ wisdom on foreign policy in favor of something more brutal and Roman.