Monday’s other attack.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will bring substantial foreign policy expertise to the thorny issues happening around the world. But will she get the U.S. heavily involved in the region again?
To most people the National Endowment for Democracy, probably looks like a pretty innocuous organization. But when you examine the records of those who control it and its affiliates, it starts to look like they’re running a shadow foreign policy, sometimes acting in ways that are contrary to the wishes of the powers that be in Washington.
"Maybe a little more 'Happy New Year!' and a little less 'Watch... our powerful bombs of mass destruction.'"
If the U.S. could deter a much stronger Soviet Union from taking an isolated West Berlin for three decades, it can deter North Korea.
Young lives are put at risk to ensure that a few thousand American households are free to take most of the wealth.
Trump and his generals better be very careful before deciding to launch a pre-emptive strike.
The president apparently wants to put the U.S. on a permanent war footing to sustain his unpopular presidency.
We can replace war with mediation, conflict resolution and adjudication. We can legalize peace.
Under Trump, U.S. foreign policy hits violent new lows.