Despite evidence they may make things worse, airstrikes are mistakenly seen as a perfectly reasonable response.
What does it mean when a president is constantly worried that we ‘won’t have a country’ anymore?
Congress limiting president's power to loosen sanctions, but not to pursue military adventurism.
Don't let Russia hysteria torpedo a better foreign policy.
The cancer-stricken senator’s eternal pursuit of honor and integrity are a welcome tonic in a tawdry age, even while his policy misjudgments helped pave the way for the new Republican politics he abhors.
Big foreign policy heave, featuring Bloomberg’s Eli Lake
The president's Warsaw speech takes a paranoid view of internal threats while downplaying the central role that international exchange has played in the rise of the West.
A new academic paper says yes.
Despite threat inflation by Iran hawks, the country has limited capabilities.
A certain amount of danger is unavoidable in a multinational world. And the dangers of trying to achieve total security are the worst dangers of all.
Global refugee population from 2012-2016 spikes from 10.5 million to 17.2 million; Trump so far admitting fewer than 3,500 per month
The U.S. shoots down a Syrian fighter jet; Russia responds by warning US planes could be considered air targets.
Both Trump and his mainstream critics are wrong about NATO.
Private enterprise helps global economic development in ways besides simple charity.
It raises the perennial question about Trump: What's worse—if he doesn't know what he's doing or if he does?
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Trump isn't very engaged with the issue. Maybe that's a good thing.
But it revealed a split between America's actual foreign policy and Americans' self-image.
The president's speech articulates non-interventionist principles despite fiery rhetoric.
His recklessness doesn't necessarily weaken the executive branch. In fact the opposite may be true.