It’s taken more than two years to undo a silly, petty decision.
Vladimir Putin is banning commodity exports.
A large, well-trained police force was unprepared for a foreseeable crisis.
The President should have known about the plot. There’s a good chance he didn’t.
Some explosive charges in the former National Security Advisor’s book.
As the Saudis continue to dissemble and put forward an utterly implausible explanation for the death of Jamal Khashoggi, the Trump Administration shows no sign of having a spine.
The investigation of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi is inching closer to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, but it seems unlikely to impact his hold on power.
Americans actings as agents for Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have been working hard to manipulate the President.
North Korea continues to advance its nuclear program but it’s unclear what anyone can do about it.
The Administration’s policy in the President’s war against ISIS has no coherent plan, and that virtually guarantees escalation.
If the President is going to increase American involvement in the Middle East, he needs to address some fundamental questions first.
Outrage over leaks like those that Edward Snowden makes doesn’t exist when its politicians doing the leaking.
We need to have opinions on a subject as serious as war with Iran.