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The people in the best position to judge how U.S. support would be received in Iran thought it would harm the protesters.
If Pennsylvania is a "must-win" state for Trump, Trump isn't going to win the election.
The U.S. is not "saving" anything with this arrangement, but rather is frittering even more resources away on a state that doesn't need it.
Hundreds of thousands of Yemeni children are in mortal peril largely because of the Saudi-led intervention backed by our government.
Enforcement of the so-called "rules-based international order" is often arbitrary and selective.
To refer to a "Russia-Iran condominium" in the region is to distort and misrepresent the facts beyond recognition.
When indulging their destructive policy is the only discernible goal of U.S. support, it seems that there is nothing that the Saudis and their allies can do to jeopardize our government's backing.
Fortunately, this episode didn't lead to a clash with the Syrian government, but a future one very well might.
Ending endless war. Andrew Bacevich makes some suggestions for how the U.S. …
The blame lies squarely with Riyadh, its allies, and its Western patrons.
The U.S. has neither the authority nor the right to do what Kristof wants to do.
Tens of millions are in serious need of food there.
Clinton is a liberal hawk and has favored every military intervention the U.S. has undertaken for the last twenty years (and some that it hasn't yet done).
U.S. support for the war was always indefensible because the war was unnecessary and reckless.
Most realists have no further need to distance themselves publicly from Trump because they already did so months ago.
U.S. involvement in the war on Yemen illustrates much of what's worst in our foreign policy.
Clinton has made no secret of her support for "no-fly" and safe zones in Syria.
Rep. Ted Lieu has been one of the few members of Congress to criticize the administration in the last year over its support for the war on Yemen.
The Senate's only public critics of U.S. support for the war, Rand Paul and Chris Murphy, are trying to block the latest sale.
Brazil’s little platoons. Catherine Addington reviews on the history of Rio’s favelas. …