From Caracas to Tehran, Trump appears to be a caretaker rather than a check on reflexive interventionism.
Did anyone think this through?
And are we really willing to risk war on behalf of it?
How many quarrels, conflicts and wars, and with how many adversaries, can even the mighty United States sustain?
Time to contrast the USSR of Stalin, Khrushchev and Brezhnev with the Russia of Vlad.
Within a week, Trump has repudiated the records and agendas of the neocons, their liberal interventionist allies, and the war party think tanks.
The president went into the NATO summit wielding frustration and making demands. Who will blink first?
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The country did not vote for confrontation or war.
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Is this an enemy of the U.S.?
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