It is unlikely that Trump will withdraw troops from Afghanistan, but he should reevaluate America's role in the country.
Nobody knows whether cooler heads in North Korea would prevail after Kim Jong-un's death.
How a promising format for international discussion about Syria devolved into a UN sideshow.
It's time for Washington's war strategists to get serious about Syria.
The civil war in Yemen could cause political complications for Donald Trump.
No amount of resources can stop a single human being from doing something destructive to other human beings.
Trump’s blueprint is the opening shot in a long and drawn-out numbers game that will last for months.
The American people deserve more information about U.S. drone strikes.
The Trump administration has responded appropriately to pushback against its immigration policy.
The African Union needs to extend its peace enforcement mission in Somalia.
What’s good for Huntsman might not necessarily be good for Trump.
How to solve the DPRK problem: a little less diplomatic conversation, a little more action.
Brian Hook, who is being touted for a senior State Department post, is a consummate creature of Washington conventionality.
Time for America to ditch its whack-a-mole counterterrorism strategy.
The presence of U.S. troops in Syria would be a morale boost for ISIS propagandists.
Access all of our articles all of the time. Subscribe today: 6 issues for $29.95