The most interesting aspect of the money to be paid out by Sudan – blood money, in Arab eyes – is that the nation still does not regard itself as responsible for any act of terror.
Conspiracy theories are spreading faster than the virus, providing fertile ground for extremists seeking new acts of terrorism while the world shelters at home.
[T]he U.S. military is hardly leaving behind a stable Afghanistan. It is more like the U.S. is outsourcing stabilization duties while the terror threat remains.
Accordingly, in recent editions of Foreign Affairs journals, President Trump was described as a leader with a highly distorted view of international trade and international negotiation.
The Constitution provides that the power to declare war belongs to Congress and not to the president.
The United States pursues unilateralism and manipulates hegemonic acts. It has no moral sense, nor does it abide by international justice and norms.
The possibility that U.S. troops could carry out military operations in Mexico opens a new chapter in the bilateral defense relationship.
In the eyes of the U.S., Mexico’s response to the cartels was simply a sort of pax narca that had only led to the increasing flow of drugs, particularly synthetic drugs and opioids, into U.S. territory.
We don't know what Trump's demands will be, relative to his new threat. We do know that the threatening speech will not end.
[B]y 2022, the special operations forces intend to be able to effectively carry out counterterrorist operations of any scale.