Curt Mills is foreign-affairs reporter at the National Interest.
The president reserved perhaps his strongest language in his UN address for Nicolas Maduro’s regime, but allies of the president and some in the Pentagon are urging caution.
Johnson’s publishing of a 4000-word shadow manifesto over the weekend has Britain buzzing that the foreign secretary could finally challenge Prime Minister Theresa May.
Some on the right are raising alarm about a Secretary of State Nikki Haley.
Some of the much-maligned secretary of state’s moves have been misunderstood. But Rex Tillerson’s deteriorated relationship with the president threatens to render that moot.
The former White House chief strategist says he asked John Bolton to weigh in on Iran.
With Steve Bannon out of the White House, regrets are abounding in some corners of the right over how President Trump staffed his administration.
Where does Bannon go next? What will his allies in the White House do? How will the Democrats respond?
China’s economic regime encouraging South Korea to abandon THAAD is as extensive as it is problematic.
The White House insists its hand isn’t being forced by a Schumer-backed Senate bill that would financially batter the Palestinian Authority.
The core concern is what possible White House civil war victor Steve Bannon thinks about Iran.
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