Like an autocratic ruler, the president likes to be surrounded by people who never say no.
A retired general and Fox News commentator, Anthony Tata doesn’t have what it takes to handle policy for DOD. Oh, and he’s a kook.
Putin’s payments to terrorists for killing American soldiers are just another reminder that Russia is a persistent threat to the West.
Having a president who gets chummy with dictators and admires strongmen makes it hard to promote freedom and democracy.
The U.S. seems to have lost interest in its hegemonic responsibilities, but China’s ambitions have only grown.
In his push to get European countries to pay more for their own defense, the president forgets why we need NATO and NATO needs us.
How the blundering U.N. health agency came to be in China’s pocket—and what U.S. withdrawal will mean.
Why America’s Protests Are the World’s Protests (w/ Tamara Berens)
Around the globe, people are taking to the streets—a reminder of the unique role of the United States as the protector and messenger of freedom.
Are the state’s Republicans in trouble because of Trump, or is Trump in trouble because of the state party? Too close to call!
And the “conservatives” defending it are dead wrong.
Andrew Roberts’s new book, Leadership in War, is a rebellion against the kind of theory that dominates scholarship in international relations.
The senator’s tweet calling on the U.S. military to restore law and order and give ‘no quarter’ to looters is dangerously confused.