Kim can’t be oblivious to the risk that — even if he trusts Trump — the next president might regard a North Korean shorn of its nukes as just another rogue state with a dictator who deserves to die.
[T]his is a new broadside that once again raises questions about the validity of the U.S. as a signatory of international treaties.
[I]t’s not the first time a small Middle Eastern country has made trouble for America.
France must take advantage of its American moment to convince President Trump to protect the international order ... and dissuade him from sacrificing his relations with Europe on the political altar of 'America First.'
Donald Trump's latest strategy decision to withdraw the United States from the nuclear agreement with Iran adds to the incomprehensibility of this administration’s foreign policy.
Such stubborn determination, with no alternative, places U.S. diplomacy on a trajectory of collision with some of its closest allies: [Read more]
When will this end? The answer should be now. Any other way would be playing into the hands of mass murderers known as the National Rifle Association.