The U.S. Can Save Venezuela From Anarchy
U.S. Navy Takes Aim at Russia With a New Fleet
Israel's Birthday Present: Faster U.S. Arms and Intelligence
Russia Is Gearing Up for a Cold War in the Arctic
The likelihood of Kim actually surrendering his nuclear weapons is extremely low, no matter what he says publicly.
Syria Strikes: How Trump Can Actually Get 'Mission Accomplished'
Jailing of Lula in Brazil: U.S. Can Capitalize as Leftists Recede
Trump's Wall: Don't Make the Military Pay for It
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An newly found secret memo on the beloved leader’s surefire plans for Syria, sanctions and diversifying the economy.
Advice for Mike Pompeo: Reassure Allies, Stick Close to Jim Mattis
Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong Un in May is unlikely to change the North Korean leader’s stance on nuclear weapons.
Many of the weapons the Russian president bragged about are fantasy, but his chilling tone was a new reality.
Xi Jinping: Why the U.S. Should Fear China's New Emperor
'Low-Yield Nukes Are a Very High Threat
While we play checkers, they play a 200-year game of Go.
Six Steps on the Path to a Latin America Strategy
America's Digital Infrastructure Is Crumbling, Too
The Kurds are valuable allies in the fight against ISIS, but U.S.’s higher priority is keeping Turkey a NATO ally.
How the U.S. and Israel Can Reshape the Middle East
Those countries Trump denigrated are vital partners against terrorism and drug trafficking.