The cooperation between Moscow and Riyadh is not a surprise—and could be part of a bigger play on Putin's part.
U.S. policies meant to dismantle the nuclear deal will be seen parochial and partisan.
The president is merely creating the perception that he is acting decisively.
From Latin America to Tehran, there are plenty of steps U.S. policymakers can take today.
How did the war in Afghanistan, which started with a noble purpose, transition from the “good war” to the unending war?
After nearly two continuous decades of war, the armed forces are under significant stress. But to exaggerate today’s problems as a “crisis” is risky.
The terrorist threat is bound to remain significant, and various factors will likely impact the Turkish security situation.
Left untouched, the nuclear agreement ensures—rather than prevents—Iran from getting nuclear weapons within the next few years.
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