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Movement conservatives have an odd habit of trying to promote new political talent too quickly.
Murphy and Paul deserve a lot of credit for taking on an issue that has mostly been ignored by their colleagues in the Senate.
It would be reckless and cruel to encourage Georgia down the same path that has already done so much damage to the country.
While it may be flattering to these states to call them allies, the term implies that the U.S. is obliged to aid and defend them when the U.S. has no such obligations.
Trump and Obama may end up taking a few positions that realists share, but they are doing so for their own reasons and usually with very different assumptions about how the world works.
Clinton may be the most consistently hawkish Democratic nominee since Lyndon Johnson.
If Ryan is angling for the White House at all, it would have to be for a future election cycle.
Imposing some random general as Republican nominee makes no sense.
A few more foreign policy questions for the candidates.
If allies or clients want the U.S. to be involved in a dumb, rash war, Obama seems to have no problem with it.
Obama knew at the time that there was absolutely no political support in the U.S. or anywhere else for a prolonged mission in Libya.
Let’s end America’s hopeless war for the Middle East. Andrew Bacevich calls …
AQAP has been benefiting from the Saudi-led coalition's war for many months.
If the "responsibility to protect" doctrine had been respected and taken seriously in 2011, the Libyan intervention would not have happened.
Pro-war dead-enders don't think the war they supported every really went "awry" except when it was ended "too soon."
Rejoice, thou who art full of grace, the Lord is with thee.
Join us for a panel on foreign policy and the presidential election.
The administration should understand by now that there is no amount of "reassuring" that it can do that will ever satisfy Riyadh.
NATO has spent the better part of the last two decades abandoning its original mission as a defensive alliance.
Wisconsin happens to be one of the least hospitable places in the country for Trump.