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Will Merkel Survive Germany’s Electoral Chaos?

The country’s own ‘Alt-Right’ did great damage to establishment parties.

Translated Doc Debunks Narrative of Al Qaeda-Iran ‘Alliance’

Exclusive: Media fell into neoconservative trap, again.

Dispatch from Yemen: We’re Cut Off and Starving

Journalist describes what Saudi Arabia, and Iran, are doing to this country.

Is America Up for a Second Cold War?

China may prove to be a more indomitable foe than Russia.

F-35 Strike Fighter Success: Real or Simulated?

Amid bad news, Lockheed takes victory lap in the Beltway bubble.

Why Are We Shouldering Our Rich Allies’ Defense?

U.S. friends in Europe and Asia can be their own first responders.

Overstating the Importance of the Balfour Declaration

However Israel came to be it wasn’t because of a 67-word letter during WWI.

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Washington Relegated to Bystander Status in Syria Talks

Yet it is still attempting to manipulate, and will lose at that, too.

The World Needs to Prepare for ‘Peaked China’

Bad economics = China won’t be a superpower.

Congressional Realists ‘Could Caucus in a Phone Booth’

Meet the eight: They may be scarce, but they’re indomitable.

We Sent Them To War, Now It’s Our Turn To Pay

“I heard about Private First Class Brian Edward Hutson’s death at breakfast…”

Will Backlash Against Prince Purge Begin Within Military?

Firing popular Saudi guard leader may have been a critical miscalculation.

Setting the Record Straight: The Beirut Barracks Bombing

The White House wants to blame Iran, but they’re wrong. I was there.

Silk Road is Soft Power for Expanding China

U.S. government and major American corporations are already on board.

The Best Way to Honor a Vet is With the Truth

Clinging to myths about Iraq and Vietnam only guarantees more war.

More ‘Fake News,’ Alas, From the New York Times

Manafort isn’t the only villain in this establishment fairy tale.