Status quo supporters like the New York Times poke fun at Trump for even questioning the alliance. But who’s the fool?
It was supposed to end World War I and usher in a new era of peace. Instead it nearly broke the West.
Under pressure from protesters and with his presidency hanging in the balance, France’s leader considers the unthinkable.
It’s time they took responsibility for their region—and they are.
Question for Trump: Was he aware of Bolton’s request for a menu of targets for potential U.S. strikes? Did he authorize it?
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.
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