America will survive whatever comes. But the country’s ruling class, foreign policy establishment, and imperial pretensions will not.
Recognizing that Ukraine might not win its war with Russia is the first step to formulating a better approach for America.
It would be easier to ask America’s young to defend a democratic republic than to advance a reckless empire.
The Taliban has delivered peace to the war-torn country, a terrible peace though it may be.
The greatest threat to peace is posed by those who claim to oppose going to war while demanding that the U.S. intervene militarily.
The solicitude U.S. shows for Americans in foreign custody, even those who freely choose to defect, paradoxically puts Americans abroad in greater danger.
A foreign policy that puts Americans first does not require isolationism.
After seventy years, it is time to bring America’s troops home from the Republic of Korea.