Realism & Restraint
Be warned: the flood of funding for Trump’s missile defense plan will create a new powerful web of political patronage in Washington.
This week’s fatal attack was a calculated event designed to sow chaos amid American withdrawal. And the Blob is responding predictably.
Status quo supporters like the New York Times poke fun at Trump for even questioning the alliance. But who’s the fool?
Its conduct has been abrasive and aggressive, but there’s no evidence that Moscow harbors expansionist ambitions.
They worked hard only to have their plans scuttled. But don’t expect them to stop the pressure.
The neoconservatives keep going back to World War II to argue for intervention. A new book throws cold water on their case.
The meaning of ‘friendship’ in Riyadh’s case has been distorted beyond all reality.
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Despite the troop withdrawal, Trump and the establishment remain committed to an anti-Iranian agenda.
The issue is not how much we invested and wasted in 17 years, but whether spending more in the future can be justified.
Critics should stop shouting at Trump and take their complaints over Syria to Capitol Hill where they belong.
The Democrat and scourge of foreign wars is drawing praise from many Trump supporters.
His national security team had been trying to box him in like every other president. But he called their bluff.
Putin is responding to the West’s aggressive actions, not the other way around.
He is an artifact of a failed war policy and his departure was a long time coming.
For a brief moment in 1914, the guns went silent and the men risked court martial to play soccer, smoke and sing—with the other side.
A scrappy libertarian-conservative group forged a path and opposed H.W. Bush’s signature conflict.
To say it was impulsive, or that the entire military opposes it, would be grossly misreading the situation.