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It is impossible to hold to a "no daylight" standard in dealing with any other government.
Bush avoided addressing specific foreign policy issues in his announcement.
The U.S. is complicit in a humanitarian disaster in Yemen.
If Bush's past public statements on Cuba and Iran are any indication, he doesn't make a habit of giving nuanced answers.
The mismatch between words and policies has been a long-running problem for the administration.
John McCain continues his long tradition of embracing horrible foreign groups: The …
Clinton has every incentive to ensure that voters aren't reminded how lousy her foreign policy record is.
It is at best tacky for Walker to use anything Cameron said to him for campaign purposes.
An open-ended conflict in Iraq. Micah Zenko reviews the shifting administration justifications …
The war has generated virtually no outrage or criticism here in the U.S.
Bush greatly overrates the power and influence that the U.S. has over the events in other parts of the world.
How we can raise the bar for U.S. foreign interventions
Bush's Berlin speech fell flat.
Many NATO countries favor expanding the alliance, but aren't committed to defending new members.
The trade deal faces some of its stiffest opposition in Germany.
Conditions will only continue to deteriorate while the blockade of Yemen is in place.
Trying to be the "indispensable" nation is an unsustainable and undesirable role for the U.S. to have.
Bush's hawkish message will mostly fall on deaf ears in Germany.
Rubio's decision to link himself to Kennedy is revealing.
The war on Yemen is another example of how threat inflation produces horrible policy decisions.