The president showed two very different approaches to foreign policy in his address
The U.S. has ‘been paying Pakistan billions and billions of dollars, at the same time they are housing the very terrorists that we are fighting’
The president’s foreign policy has provided continuity — not a departure from — the pursuit of U.S. interests.
‘We’re here to make sure that Otto is included in any dialogue’
‘The Department will continue to enforce existing grant conditions’
‘He thinks that America has been too predictable’
‘Martin Luther King said I have a dream, Obama said I have a drone’
The next president will be stuck with cleaning up Obama’s mess.
The U.S. should provide funds to Vietnam to defend itself from China so American troops don’t have to.
Besides its critical position on Russia’s southern flank, Georgia offers Western countries a front-line partner in addressing security issues related to Iran, Turkey, and the Armenia-Azerbaijan dispute.
Since he acknowledges that the invasion of Iraq achieved “gains”, does Mr. Trump thus tacitly admit that his opposition to the intervention was a mistake?
‘Political decision based on a campaign promise’
‘Trump’s platform … plays into the narrative of extremists’
‘Our enemies no longer fear us’
‘The defendants preyed upon the superstition and desperation of millions of vulnerable Americans’
Today’s Larry, Moe and Curly of Foreign Policy (Clinton, Obama, Kerry) remind us of a past international blunder
In failing to grasp the elementary angst and demand for accountability, it isn’t Trump that’s out of touch – it’s his critics.
A Trump presidency would compound with interest the massive damage that eight years of President Obama has inflicted