Often national interest has come before human rights, but Trump should take this opportunity to cut the Kingdom loose.
The Donald has the best shot at nuclear disarmament of any president over the last 20 years.
Trump has threatened ‘severe punishment’ for alleged murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Let’s hope he means it.
Continued U.S. support for the Saudi war in Yemen—as well as our arms sales—-should now be in question.
And the Taliban are in their strongest position in just that many years.
Modernist buildings, zoning laws, and a disregard for local custom did more damage than we know.
An argument for eliminating the ICBM Fleet in favor of a more cost-effective, safe dyad.
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