[H]is foreign policy will continue to be based on unilaterally breaking away from every international obligation.
[T]he coming presidential election ... will determine 'which America' voters want.
[T]he thousands of people affected ... are among the most courageous of people.
The only coherence in Trump’s policy toward Iran, Afghanistan and North Korea is that it is meant to ... propel Trump toward winning a second term.
In the history of Turkey’s anti-aircraft purchases ... Americans pushed Ankara away.
The U.S. needs politicians and academics with a broader strategic vision and greater insight and responsibility.
He is always the same and says what he thinks in his simplistic, vulgar, and politically incorrect way.
[T]he U.S. president is upgrading the status of the dictator without the latter having had to scrap a single nuclear missile for it.
[T]he United States is trying to tell Lebanon’s entire political class that it is time to take the United States’ war against Iran and its right arm, Hezbollah, seriously.
What does Washington really want? It is hardly a war.