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But former officials and experts say Trump can’t take the credit for this one.
The continent can't blame Trump for its long-running inability to take care of its own security.
It's called 'Keeping Up With the Kattarshians.'
The Financial Times had the time to look into Ted Malloch's claims about Ted Malloch.
Trump calls it a “tough trip.”
Tweets about putting Iran "ON NOTICE" are no replacement for appreciating the sources of Iranian conduct in the Middle East.
Will Frauke Petry’s recent trip to Moscow help or hurt?
Bringing suit against Canberra over its barbaric detention policy would show the ICC isn't just for African strongmen anymore.
The recent stray spy ship and the fly-bys in the Black Sea are signs that the Kremlin is engaging in its favorite pastime: pushing America's buttons.
Here’s one of our biggest military secrets: The greatest untapped resource in the Marine Corps is the E-1 to E-5 community.
“She should be back by now,” I thought as I paced the cold tile floors of the walled compound in a dangerous foreign capital.
The White House might not be popular, or organized – but it’s populist enough to keep a firm grip on power.
By FP Staff and Adam Rawnsley Exclusive: Donald Trump critic and former Mitt Romney foreign policy adviser Brian Hook is poised for a senior position at the State Department, FP’s John Hudson reports. Hook is the co-founder or the John Hay Initiative, a neoconservative group whose leaders organized a prominent “Never Trump” letter signed by...
Brian Hook, a former Mitt Romney adviser, is favored by Rex Tillerson to lead his foreign-policy brain trust.
Donald Trump seems to be more concerned with his “ratings” than U.S. foreign policy and managing the government. Welcome to the new America.
The sudden surge of the folksy Martin Schulz has produced more excitement than German politics has seen in years.
Designating the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group would cripple U.S. foreign policy and launch a domestic smear campaign.
Trump has proved to be a paper tiger with China, making himself look weak in the eyes of Chinese leaders, which, in turn, will embolden China’s own assertive behavior.
Hopefully a few of the planets have oil so we can invade them.
In yet another blow to South African President Jacob Zuma’s government.