[T]his is a new broadside that once again raises questions about the validity of the U.S. as a signatory of international treaties.
Trump is attacking what has until now made America strong.
The U.S. demonstrated maximum pressure against Russia with not only the Syrian dossier, where it’s obvious that it is ready for a limited war scenario, but also with anti-Russian sanctions.
Pompeo's statement is no more than a derivative of manifest destiny: the transcendent goal of the United States is to enforce the will of God on earth.
By appointing John Bolton, Trump knowingly adds a “hawk,” a staunch defender of preventive wars, to his team.
How the policy line of the U.S. president became the main disappointment of the year.
[T]he U.S. isn’t going to retreat and give up its hegemony ... it appears it's set its sights on creating a military alliance of the U.S., Japan, India and Australia to contain China.
[T]his is a president in reverse gear. But as he rolls backward without the rearview mirror of experience, he could run over anything.
Latin America in general, and South America in particular, are not areas that Washington is especially interested in.