Author Archives: Daniel R. DePetris
Nikki Haley’s withdrawal from the Human Rights Council might feel good, but it leaves America weaker and worse off.
The president left the G-7 summit as many wondered whether America’s transatlantic alliances are dead.
Statecraft is not like elementary school, and we can’t keep the Russians in ‘time out’ forever.
How many times are we going to say “he’s the one” in this failing war?
His withdrawal from the Iran deal is the biggest breach in transatlantic trust since the Iraq invasion.
Despite conceding Mike Pompeo’s nomination, Paul’s record of pressuring his colleagues to do what’s right is unmatched.
Even a seasoned military manager can’t bring order to a president who thrives off chaos.
In a little over a month, he’ll choose whether to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. The wrong choice could mean the Iraq war times 10.
If he doesn’t check these worst impulses at the door, we’re in more trouble than we think.
Washington should stop talking about escalation in Ghouta and finally accept international politics for what it is.
On March 19, 2003, America initiated its worst foreign policy blunder since Vietnam. Has anyone learned anything since?
Right now Mitt Romney is taking a pragmatic tone towards the White House. Don’t expect it to last.
Now the U.S. has backed itself into the Turkey-Kurd conflict.
The opposition party will give no quarter, even on issues where they might agree.
His administration has wrecked America’s relationship with Ramallah and buried the Mideast peace process in nine months flat.
Mike Pompeo broke with recent protocol, and that’s not a bad thing.
Trump’s new National Security Strategy tries to lay out a coherent vision. But will it matter?
The president wants a more ideological Iran policy. If Rex Tillerson is pushed out, he just might get it.
There’s a reason why there won’t be an orange suit for Sayfullo Saipov.
The reportedly disgruntled secretary of state has been a crucial check on Trump.← Older posts
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