Ph.D., Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest.
The inept course of what passes for the US foreign policy continues, with the Trump Administration now going after the nation’s second oldest friend.
If the Iraqi investigation of the December attack on K-1 is reliable, the Trump administration’s reckless actions in Iraq can’t be justified.
The compulsion on the part of the Democrats to bring down Trump has brought about a shift in their foreign policy, placing the neocons back in charge.
With the excitement over Trump’s impeachment, it comes as no surprise that recent insights into how the U.S. became a torture state have been ignored.
U.S. military personnel is expected to be serving as human shields for the Saudis, to deter possible Iranian attacks. Will Americans tolerate this?
Sending soldiers into unstable places to do unnecessary things as part of a non-existent strategy should not sit well with Americans, Phil Giraldi writes.
Donald Trump should be aware that there is considerable downside to the tiger than he has let out of its cage.
No one is more corrupt in Congress than some of those at the top of the food chain, Philip Giraldi writes.
While the Republicans continue to mostly quietly support an aggressive foreign policy, the real war party in Congress is now the Democrats.
The American people have been brainwashed by their leaders into believing a perpetual warfare national narrative that is more fiction than fact.