There is a gap between the rosy assessments offered by U.S. commanders and the media reports that have trickled out of Afghanistan.
Marco Rubio's previous attempt at pushing immigration reform ended in disaster for him. Now he is pursing a different, more political approach.
As commander-in-chief, Trump hasn’t follow his own advice.
Tillerson's address, full of optimism on what could be accomplished, was short on the very details that would take those hopes and turn them into realities.
The JCPOA could use a fresh review.
The Beltway foreign-policy establishment needs to snap itself out of the delusion that the Pakistanis will change their stripes.
Who deserves to be blamed for not foreseeing North Korea's rapid nuclear rise?
Will North Korea conduct an atmospheric test? Will the frozen conflict in Ukraine turn hot? Daniel DePetris makes his predictions for 2018.
A theoretical Syrian political transition is unachievable, and the political opposition needs to come to terms with the reality of the dictator staying in office for the near term.
For local forces on the frontline, negotiated population transfers are better than launching an assault against an enemy that is well dug-in and determined to die.
Yemen’s civil war will likely get worse before it gets better.
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