Author Archives: Doug Bandow
Geopolitical meddling has failed in that part of the world before. Why should we try again?
The supranational giant has assumed unnecessary powers—but protecting the continent should be its responsibility.
He seems to think he can launch an attack without congressional approval. The Constitution says otherwise.
They’re doing exactly what we would do in their situation and we should change course before it gets worse.
Beijing wants to protect its own neighborhood, not commit suicide by challenging America.
Hindu nationalist mobs there are increasingly targeting Muslims, Dalits, and especially Christians.
By cracking down with more sanctions, he’s enabling Fidel Castro’s heirs.
The crown prince can’t be trusted with a bone saw, let alone nuclear weapons.
Rather than threatening intervention, Trump should stand down.
An authoritarian at home, duplicitous abroad, he is no friend nor ally of the U.S.
Religious persecution there is horrific. And America’s military interventions have only made things worse.
This could be the president’s boldest foreign policy contradiction yet.
He’s right to say other nations should start paying for our military protection.
Nothing. That should teach us most of the world’s crises are none of Washington’s business.
The Blob thinks removing our soldiers from Korea would be a catastrophe. But why?
He recognizes the folly of staying in Syria and Afghanistan forever. So why is Baghdad the exception?
From Africa to India, persecution of the faithful is becoming common and our wars have only made it worse.
Foreigners nudging America into their wars have brought us only debt and misery.
It’s time for Trump to ignore the critics, sit down with Putin, and talk turkey.
The alliance is scrambling for purpose in a changed world. Trump is right to consider leaving.← Older posts Newer posts →
from The American Conservative