We’re breaking the bank. America can’t afford to defend the world any longer.
Diplomacy isn’t working. Covert paramilitary action may be the only way to curb Tehran’s nuclear program.
China’s recent angry rhetoric wasn’t indicitive of a more bellicose Beijing. The Chinese propaganda machine simply got out of control.
The recent talks went pretty well, but Washington and Islamabad have a long way to go in improving their relationship.
Israel shouldn’t be allowed to dictate American foreign policy. If it doesn’t concede on the settlements, Washington should revoke diplomatic support and restrict military aid.
Islamic governments need to respect religious liberty at home before lecturing the West about intolerance.
If Obama can’t deliver on closing Gitmo, why should foreign governments trust his promises on free trade and climate change?
The president’s Cairo speech made nice soundings on Arab-Israeli peace. But if Obama really wants to accomplish something, he needs to get tough on Israeli settlements.
Obama’s speech in Cairo will only lend credibility to a dictatorial regime and hamper his quest for a fresh start with the Muslim world.
Obama’s strategy for AfPak is not all that different than his predecessor’s. But it is certainly better managed.