How the U.S. Facilitated a Quiet Iranian Invasion of Iraq
Newly leaked documents show Tehran's extensive colonization of Baghdad since our 2003 invasion. Surprised?
The Small But Brave Cadre of Conservative Anti-War Republicans
They didn't put their finger to the political wind when it came to Syria and Yemen.
North Korea is Calling, But Trump’s Too Busy to Answer
Kim Jong-un is agitated and waiting for a deal, while the president remains distracted by impeachment.
Blame American Ineptitude for Russian-Chinese Bonding
Thanks to our self-defeating foreign policy, these two mismatched powers are now strengthening relations on a global scale.
Why U.S. Cyber Sneak Attacks Won’t Work Against Iran
Just another useless maximum pressure tactic that's failing to weaken the regime.
Watch: TAC’s ‘Regime Change’ Foreign Policy Conference
Trump's foreign policy, getting out of the Middle East, how to defeat the Beltway Blob--we tackled it all.
Finally an Unvarnished History of the Iraq Invasion
A fresh take says there's more than enough blame to go around---up and down the chain of command.
Washington Elites Are Chaining Us to the Middle East
The hysterical response to the Syria withdrawal came with dire predictions that just aren't true.