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A significant bloc of Republican voters has always rejected the party leadership's priorities.
The U.S. is aiding many despicable and oppressive governments in the war on Yemen.
The last thing that the U.S. foreign policy debate needs is more advocacy for intervention and global "leadership."
Most of Carson's fans aren't going to see him as a liability to be cast aside.
While the U.S. assists the atrocious Saudi-led war, Washington's useless regional clients do as little as they possibly can to assist in fighting ISIS.
The deciders. “John Hay” details how lower-level bureaucrats made critical decisions that …
As he often does, Obama has endorsed a version of the hawkish option that he derided just a few months before.
There is no word more misleading in our foreign policy debates than "isolationist."
U.S. support for the war on Yemen is a particularly shameful episode in modern U.S. foreign policy.
Many pundits and party elites fail to acknowledge Rubio's limited support.
Opponents of the Libyan war aren't relying on hindsight to fault Clinton for her bad judgment.
All that this does is ensure that the conflict takes even longer to end.
Like everyone else in the field, Rubio is being outpaced by Trump and Carson in South Carolina and nationally.
It is only when U.S. proxies are coming under attack that the administration objects publicly to their use.
Everything Bush claims about the nuclear deal is a lie.
Like the other hawkish candidates, Carson has embraced mindless and unnecessary confrontation as the core of his foreign policy.
Not following through on his foolish "red line" in Syria has been one of the few things Obama did right in the last three years.
The U.S. has deepened its involvement in Syria's civil war, and it is ludicrous for administration officials to pretend otherwise.
The real winner in Yemen could be Al Qaeda. Stephen Snyder reports …
Obama has repeatedly trapped himself into pursuing bad policies through his careless rhetoric.