Not by racking up frequent flier miles, he won't.
New alliances won't lead to another World War I.
We've managed to pit China and Russia against us—a poor foreign policy move.
A proactive policy could have tamped down the crisis long ago and for a lower price.
A Ukrainian frigate spent days with nobody knowing whose side it was on. Imagine that happening with a bomb.
Israel will need to achieve surprise if it hits Iran's nuclear program—yet that's very hard to do.
Before we leave, we should leave behind the technological means necessary for Afghanistan to thrive.
The United States has a strong interest in standing with its allies against Chinese expansionism.
America has long wanted its Persian Gulf allies to work together. Now that they're mad at us, it's happening.