“Pax Americana” is based on strong involvement by the U.S. in maintaining world peace ... Trump’s words signal a retreat from that commitment.
The next U.S. president may be any kind of politician you like, but he or she will not be a pro-Russian one.
Let’s not forget that Trump has no experience with security or foreign affairs.
From funny to crude and from crude to xenophobic, Trump has become a war-like figure who must be taken seriously.
Compared to Trump, Clinton is actually at a great disadvantage; despite plenty of media outlets believing Clinton will undoubtedly win, this could just be the fantasy of wishful thinking.
If the Republican Party wins back the White House ... the party’s off-putting disclosures on the campaign trail regarding foreign policy views on trade, security and counterterrorism are enough to make one tremble with fear.
Among the Republicans, the choice for Arabs is between "bad" and "worse." Trump is an idiot who doesn't know a thing about foreign policy ... As for Cruz, he's prepared to sell his soul in order to win the nomination.
Aware of her lack of popularity, the former secretary of state has, over the past few months, tried to steer her campaign further to the left, but this has had limited success.
Donald Trump, whose words fail to impress, has encouraged Japan and Korea to obtain nuclear weapons, not only making critics skeptical about his diplomatic ability to earn an endorsement, but also exposing the obsolete national security ideology in his head. If this man becomes president of the United States, [Read more]
Is it really worth it to spend this much money?