[T]he Trump administration has ignored the interests and concerns of its European allies and abandoned these allies as worthless.
Haftar seems to be on his way out, while Turkey risks creating a new Afghanistan on Europe’s southern flank.
China's modern-day strength, no matter how incomparable to past levels, will never surpass the USSR during its heyday facing off against the U.S.
Too close a relationship with Putin might mean accepting Assad as the leader of Syria indefinitely.
If we miss this chance, the path back will have been made seriously harder.
Western democratic states have a far better record of innovation than communist dictatorships, precisely because the work emanates in free societies where creativity is not punished.
[T]he main thing is profits flowing to the U.S. ... for American stockholders, whose interests lie in the military industry.