For almost a year, [Trump's] gut feelings have been the running force behind America’s world policies.
What [U.S. envoy] Khalilzad has negotiated during nine rounds of talks over the last year is just window dressing, a peace agreement without peace.
[I]’s truly amazing when radical Democrats kick around the best helper their party could have in its ambitions to gain the White House.
The electoral motivations behind Trump’s anti-immigration policies are well known, but there has been little discussion of their long-term sustainability.
If the respectable side of America turns out in droves for the election in the critical states, the demon may finally be exorcised in 17 months.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles hosted a state banquet for President Donald Trump and the First Lady at Buckingham Palace last Monday. Like most Americans Donald Trump loves burgers but when a head of state is invited to a state banquet one hosts the office not the man so one could not lay on a burger feast.
The United States and the international system it helped create cannot continue indefinitely along this path of incoherence and ignorance.
Tragically, the arrival of Trump and his egocentric delirium serves as a catalyst for an important part of the U.S. political class to revel in the madness of a Cold War that never seems to end.
[T]he Central American migration crisis, with all of its caravans, is a reflection on the U.S. abandonment of Central America after the civil wars.