If the purpose of the summit was to make progress over North Korea’s nuclear program, it didn’t do that at all.
Iraqis just elected an old American enemy to power, and Washington won’t be pleased.
It begins: Trump announces a series of joint air strikes on Syrian targets Friday.
Here’s a hint: It’s pretty abysmal.
The unnecessary war and regime change killed any credibility for a humanitarian doctrine, for years to come.
Trump can’t make a move without being seen as a bag man for Putin.
Some members see North Korea as a red line for runaway presidential authority.
And Trump is playing right into their regime change fantasties.
U.S. will need to be prepared to cope with the backlash against it.
Why the Senate’s militarist caucus will lose in November
Saudi Arabia wreaks havoc on its poorest neighbor—with U.S. help.
America’s alternative to war and empire is not “isolationism.”
Daniel Larison answers seven urgent questions about NATO, Putin’s irredentism, and a second Cold War.
Can the Kentucky senator change the way the religious right thinks about foreign policy?
His foreign policy wasn’t what you think—and may not matter today.
Reconsidering the foreign-policy leadership of Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh
A 19th-century model for the right foreign policy
Ten years on, American foreign policy still suffers from alarmism and threat inflation.
War and peace aren’t matters for the president alone to decide, the senator argues.
Intervention in Libya destabilized its region. What chain reaction will France’s latest war set off?