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Presidents Trump and Obama, two men who could hardly be more different, arrived at the same conclusion about the Mideast: The U.S. needs to leave.
The killing of Iran’s General Soleimani was fodder for U.S. adversaries and left many friends wondering what comes next from President Trump.
Conflict between the U.S. and Iran may never reach a stage similar to a traditional war. But risks of both physical and cyber attacks are very real.
Qassem Soleimani’s assassination could prove the most consequential military action of Donald Trump’s presidency. But was it more than a one-off move?
An aerial picture shows the Castle of Visegrad covered in hoarfrost in the foggy dawn in Visegrad, Hungary, Jan. 17.
In the policy switch on West Bank settlements, America’s aspirational status as “honest broker” between Israel and the Palestinians is at stake.
The death of al-Baghdadi marks a foreign policy success, coming as Mr. Trump is mired in impeachment proceedings and criticism for his Syria policy.
President Trump has faced overwhelming bipartisan criticism on Syria. Ukraine has also elicited broad concerns. Observers see a shift in values.
President Trump is being criticized for a sudden U.S. withdrawal that leaves Kurdish fighters, key allies against ISIS, vulnerable in northern Syria.
Give-and-take is normal in diplomacy. Think realpolitik. But problems arose for President Trump, say analysts, when the transactions became personal.
President Trump told the U.N. General Assembly, “The future does not belong to globalists.” But he’s also seeking united fronts on Iran and China.
For the U.N., an organization synonymous with multilateralism, inaction on the climate crisis is not an option. That poses a challenge.
President Trump is citing policy disagreements with former national security adviser John Bolton, but clashing styles may have mattered even more.
Surprising the nation and many in the White House, President Trump fired John Bolton – his third national security adviser – over Twitter.
An imminent peace deal unraveled Saturday. President Trump and the Taliban blamed each other for the collapse after nearly a year of negotiations.
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