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Walker's foreign policy views are unformed and very generic.
The U.S. is helping the Saudis to attack AQAP's enemies while leaving the jihadists largely untouched.
There is still no rationale for his candidacy.
Walker is still one of the more plausible nominees in the ever-growing field of candidates.
How to assess an Iran deal. Graham Allison offers five lessons from …
The U.S. has participated in this appalling war for nothing.
The truce will not be nearly long enough to address the enormous needs of the civilian population.
The same hawks that are sounding the alarm about the "windfall" Iran will receive consistently exaggerate its ambitions and regional influence.
While they profess concern about the proliferation of nuclear weapons, hawks are reliably in favor of backing policies that make other states more likely to pursue them.
Like many other hawks, Kasich perceives a U.S. stake in a conflict where none exists, and his answer is to throw more weapons at the problem.
Rubio wants Cuba to be treated in a way that the U.S. doesn't treat most other similarly abusive regimes, and his position is simply untenable.
The last thing that the administration should do is listen to the advice of hawks that have been seeking deeper U.S. involvement in Syria for years.
The Iraq war vote was just one in a series of poor decisions Clinton has made.
U.S. involvement in this war has absolutely nothing to do with U.S. security.
Yemen needs an end to the blockade and a prolonged cease-fire.
Rubio's Cuba policy views are wildly at odds with what most Cubans want.
The lack of attention makes it much easier for the U.S. and Britain to continue their disgraceful support for an indefensible war.
Rubio backs the war on Yemen, and his only objection is that the U.S. is not more deeply involved in it.
Iran hawks in Congress have interfered enough to strengthen the hand of Iran's negotiators in the final stages of the talks.
How not to write about Iran. Ishaan Tharoor offers a guide in …