"No blood in the sand, much less expensive" "Instead of never-ending wars, we are forging peace in the Middle East"
How time passes when you are having fun. Four years ago the most unusual presidential campaign of recent times was nearing its close.
'Are you kidding me?' Final presidential debate will NOT feature foreign policy among topics in wake of Hunter Biden scandal
It means that they believe Biden will continue an interventionist, neoliberal, pro-war foreign policy.
The majority of people tend to think of the concept of history as if it is something relegated only to the past. As if they are not living through what will become history in the future. Doing so allows them to maintain a thought process that convinc
The U.S. Army has deployed the first batch of its newly established military branch, the "Space Force", outside the United States, specifically in the Arabian Peninsula.
"There is no… sound reason for the United States to continue sacrificing precious lives and treasure in a conflict not directly connected to our safety or other vital national interests."
In an unexpected move, former Iowa Gov Terry Branstad is stepping down from his position as the US Ambassador to China after more than three years on the job as tensions between Washington and Beijing reach a fever pitch ahead of the November electio
Just ahead of the 19th anniversary commemorating the tragic events of September 11, 2001 when America came under attack, the anti-interventionist thinktank The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft has featured a study detailing the millions of
It's been no secret that over the past two years the tumultuous and historically antagonistic relationship between Russian and China has warmed, with Presidents Putin and Xi enjoying a rapid thawing of tensions amid mutual visits over the years in co
Foreign policy seems to have been placed on the back burner in the Trump era. Domestic issues, generic outrage politics, and the present covid-19 pandemic have sucked the oxygen out of American political discourse...
As the United States sinks deeper into a multi-faceted global crisis that no politician seems able or even willing to address, one hears more and more often demands for radical change in who runs the country and to what end.
Mr. Max Boot on Joe Biden's Foreign Policy 'A-Team'
A "color revolution" is a media term for a movement based on legitimate grievances only to be co-opted into a regime change operation backed by the US and confederates.
This year is the 75th anniversary of the end of World War Two.
President Donald Trump released his second-term agenda on Monday, sharing it in an email to journalists; he is promising more of the same policies he pursued during his first four years as president.
The world is filled with many oppressive tyrants, determined to rule irrespective of the desires of their peoples. Saudi Arabia's Mohammed bin Salman, or MbS as the crown prince is known, is one. Shockingly, he enjoys Washington's full protection
Post-blast Lebanon has everything to gain from rejecting the West's neoliberal demands and embracing China's Belt and Road
First new Israel treaty with Arab state in 25 years
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Israel have normalized relations. As part of the deal, Israel has suspended the annexation of the West Bank.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates announced Thursday they are establishing full diplomatic relations in a U.S.-brokered deal that required Israel to halt its contentious plan to annex occupied West Bank land sought by the Palestinians.
President Donald Trump told Breitbart News exclusively in the Oval Office on Monday that he is not currently considering negotiating a phase two trade deal with China.
Trump signed a bill into law in 2018 that allows high-level visits to Taiwan
The US State Department has a broader action on technology from China that is banning apps and is part of a US-China split of the internet, technology and business world into the China side and the US side.
Attempting to cool or at least find a way forward through soaring tensions Defense Secretary Mark Esper spoke with his Chinese counterpart Wei Fenghe for over an hour and a half on Thursday in a tense phone call.