The modicum of restraint expressed by the former South Bend mayor earned him immediate scorn from conservatives.
The framers of the Constitution were quite right that wars should be difficult to start and easy to end.
Republicans are setting a dangerous precedent they may come to regret the next time a Democrat occupies the White House.
John Bolton's account of the Trump-ordered freeze on military aid to Ukraine highlights a contradiction at the heart of the president's defense.
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The Trump administration is treating people of Iranian origin like a potential fifth column.
Senators who take their constitutional responsibilities seriously would seek more evidence about Trump's motive for the aid freeze.
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The nation's only female Olympic medalist says she has permanently left the Islamic Republic due to the oppression of women.
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Trump's Speech Confirms That Soleimani Strike Didn't Prevent Imminent Attack or Make Americans Safer
But what has the saber-rattling of the past week accomplished for the United States?
Trumpists Who Attacked the 'Deep State' Now Instinctively Trust U.S. Intelligence Agencies About the Soleimani Strike
Be skeptical of the spymasters.
After the assassination of the Iranian general, Trump's supporters should admit they were wrong that he was anti-war.
Who Poses the Greater Threat to Peace: An Impetuous President or 'Experienced Advisers' Who Are Disastrously Wrong?
History shows that expertise is not the same as wisdom.
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Killing the longtime chief of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard can't be good for avoiding another Middle Eastern war.
The Council on Foreign Relations survey of foreign policy experts finds "more threats...likely to require a U.S. military response in 2020 than ever before."
Several dozen protesters tried to storm the American embassy in Baghdad in retaliation for U.S. airstrikes in the country over the weekend.
Many of the president's beefs are frivolous, but he is right that impeachment has been rushed.
If I were Trump, I would not want to find out.
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The gaps in the record invite the public to dismiss impeachment as a purely partisan exercise.
America's exit from Iraq could benefit both Iraqis and Americans.
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The case for offering victims of our foreign policy a chance to get out and start over.
No number of NATO summits will re-energize an alliance against an enemy that went out of business nearly 30 years ago.
Trump Once Again Falsely Claims That Ukraine's President Has Exonerated Him of Abusing His Powers for Personal Gain
Given Ukraine's dependence on Trump's good will, Volodymyr Zelenskiy's comments about quid pro quos should be viewed as aspirational rather than factual.
Tulsi Gabbard Slams Kamala Harris' Foreign Policy: 'She as President Will Continue the Status Quo Regime-Change Wars'
At tonight's debate, Gabbard continued her laser-like focus on the need to end America's overseas wars.
Afghanistan taught us the risks of miring troops in entrenched domestic security problems.
He's wrong on both counts.
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The mishandling of the Syrian withdrawal appears to have created less stability in Syria and considerably weakened Trump's ability to dictate foreign policy—a situation where actually bringing the troops home now seems even more farfetched.
Trump Wishes Russia Luck in Syria as U.S. Bombs Its Own Bases and Erdogan Scoffs at Trump's Attempt to Make a Deal
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Nah, the senator's still wrong about Internet free speech, argue the editors on the Reason Roundtable podcast.