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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.
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Obama's sin of commission in Yemen is clearly more blameworthy than his "failure" in Syria.
Ryan's willingness to go along with party leadership remains unchanged.
We should assume that she will get the U.S. involved in crises and conflicts that have not yet begun.
The U.S. continues to enable the Saudis' reckless, atrocious war of choice.
Kaine has been one of the few members of Congress to challenge presidential authority to bomb ISIS targets
The U.S. has not been "inactive" in any of the region's conflicts.
How the Saudis cover up their Yemen abuses with U.S. help. Samuel …
This has been yet another tiresome episode of watching Iran hawks throw a fit over nothing.
The U.S. has no authority or right to do this.
U.S. involvement around the world has stayed the same or increased in every case.
My apologies for having been away for a while. I have been …
No one wants to talk about foreign policy at the DNC. Christopher …
Our government's support for the Saudi-led intervention is an indelible mark of shame in the annals of U.S. foreign policy.
The nuclear deal is a major nonproliferation success, which makes Trump's attacks on it all the more ridiculous.
Kaine backed the Saudi-led war on Yemen from the start.