A daily roundup of foreign affairs news for Monday, March 27.
Comey’s testimony settles nothing.
For the first time in decades, new legislation aims to curtail presidential prerogatives.
There is nothing subtle about the Trump administration’s pro-steel bent.
Under the government’s current interpretation of the law, unfortunately, the answer is yes.
Onward and upward with U.S. Central Command.
The U.S. doesn’t have enough troops to run a successful counterinsurgency campaign there.
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The war has failed to achieve any of its aims.
The complex situation will require discerning what is fiction—and what is reality.
All diplomatic options should be exhausted before considering the use of military force.
The purpose is not to discriminate against Islam, but to recognize the unique situation of non-Muslims in the Middle East.
A new war in the Persian Gulf could start accidentally—and would take a toll on U.S. forces.
Why are U.S. soldiers now acting as peacekeepers?
Something’s happening here, what it is ain’t exactly clear.
Only time—and the outcome of upcoming European elections—will tell.
Polish populism overwhelms the establishment.