Ph.D., Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest.
Trump and his advisers are opposed to any international bodies on principle, most particularly if they are not completely supportive of U.S. policies
One aspect of the American heavy footprint that is little noted is the ruin of many formerly functioning countries that it brings with it.
The American people is stuck with a president who believes that he has the authority to use military force as he sees fit
Once upon a time there was a consensus among U.S. politicians that there were two areas where there should be a unified approach to policy…
It is important to note that no Americans have been killed or injured as a result of recent Iranian, Russian, or Chinese and North Korean actions.
Taking Trump’s exhortations literally could mean that the admittedly dystopian political equilibrium in the U.S. is about to spin out of control.
If anyone is looking for Russiagate 2, this is how it begins. Blame China, and if that does not seem to be working, look for Putin’s perfidious hand.
The experience of Italy is illustrative of how globalism and free trade can be exploited to create a new reality.
An already heavily indebted federal government will now go even deeper down a fiscal hole, possibly beyond the point of any real recovery.
Based on his wartime status, Trump and his cabinet are poised to exploit Civil War and Korean War legislation to assume powers over the economy.