Jacob Heilbrunn is editor of The National Interest.
Richard Pipes, who died on Thursday, devoted his life to studying Russian history and warning about the Soviet threat.
The coming weeks will show if Trump wants to pursue a policy of containment or rollback.
For an embattled president seeking foreign policy success, Korea looks increasingly enticing.
Can a new Cold War be avoided? Containment, not rollback, is what’s needed.
Trump declared “mission accomplished,” but he never really defined what the mission was supposed to be beyond punishing Assad.
It began with a military parade in July. Now it may lead to actual combat together.
There will be plenty of conflict on Trump’s foreign-policy team.
With the appointment of Mike Pompeo, the Iran Deal is null and void.
If you look at North Korea as a wrestling match, it has all the ingredients Trump loves: a dastardly villain, a threatened damsel in distress and a white knight who sweeps in to save the day.
A symposium on the “deep state” in today’s Washington.
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