Trump's case for America First must refute internationalism’s root strategic assumptions and transform the nation’s definition of foreign-policy success.
To the extent Donald Trump has a strategy, it is one grounded in assumptions and realities that were far more relevant 150 years ago than they are today.
Optimism on trade with China and talks with North Korea are causing Washington to lose focus on other issues.
After decades of artfully swindling American experts and businesses, the Chinese government is beginning to face a reckoning.
The North Koreans got a great propaganda coup out of the Singapore Summit—and America got nothing.
The former White House chief strategist sat down with the National Interest on Monday. Here’s a preview.
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