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When Rubio sees a foreign conflict, he looks for ways to escalate it and to increase U.S. involvement in it.
It is easy to imagine Carson's argument being used against religious conservatives in exactly the same way.
There is no reason to believe that Jeb has inherited his father's foreign policy competence.
The most invisible Christians in Washington. Kelley Vlahos reports on the persecution …
There is nothing quite as pathetic as a president blaming his opponents for his decision to give in to their stupid recommendations.
The administration is applying a small band-aid to a gaping wound that it continues to help inflict on Yemen.
The U.S. has an opportunity to create a more constructive relationship with Iran, but it is being squandered.
The terrible state of Republican foreign policy was on full display last night.
Here are five questions the candidates should be asked tonight.
Cruz excels in hijacking causes to raise his own profile.
Wednesday night’s Republican presidential debates are expected to focus more on foreign …
The speech was nothing more than a string of fanciful assertions that various problems would be solved because Trump claims it will be so.
These theatrics are more likely to hurt Republican candidates in the purple and blue states that give the party their current Senate majority.
Corbyn's win could provide the British public with a meaningful debate on foreign policy.
If deal opponents believe they have found a winning legal argument against the deal, they are going to be sorely disappointed.
Yemen is the war about which Western publics know little and care less.
The war the world forgot. Gabriel Gatehouse reports in the first part …
The entire Congressional GOP has expressed its loathing for the results of successful American diplomacy.
The administration wants credit from the Saudis by enabling the war, but it doesn't want to be held responsible for the horrific effects that the war is having on Yemeni civilians.
In almost every debate, she will take the side favoring the more aggressive option.