If Russia invades Ukraine again… do we really think Joe Biden will be the man who stands up to Vladimir Putin?
The shift comes after progressive groups pressed for diplomats to use nicer language.
The Gulf States’ withdrawal from Lebanon raises the question of U.S. support amidst Iranian subterfuge.
The lack of an American troop presence is a challenge for our national security, but not an insurmountable one.
Democrats have quietly excised a provision that sought to prevent funding from going to Chinese companies implicated in a 21st-century genocide.
For far too long, lawmakers have ceded their warmaking powers to the executive. Reform bills gaining steam in the House and Senate would rebalance the scales.
State Department in Contact With More Than 350 Americans in Afghanistan, Far Exceeding Administration’s Earlier Estimates
State Department officials said in August that only 100 Americans who wanted to leave had been left behind.