The Trump team doesn’t have a post-nuke deal strategy — just a list of demands.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has an impressive strategy to counter Tehran and break free from two decades of failed U.S. policy.
The president's reckless move reversed decades of sensible bipartisan policy. Holding out the possibility of a Palestinian capital in the holy city can keep hope for a negotiated settlement alive.
Diplomats hail the decision as another sign the Tillerson era has ended.
The United States has become identified with the global internet economy — for better and worse.
Officials warn of brain drain across government offices.
The time is ripe for a U.S. approach based on pushing Iranian domestic politics into crisis.
For the first time since the military defeat of the Islamic State, Iraqis are voting for a new parliament. And Tehran and Washington aren’t getting in the way.
Netanyahu came close to ordering airstrikes in 2010 — but was thwarted by his own security chiefs.
The United States has outsourced its foreign policy to regional allies. In South Korea, it might lead to peace — in Israel, it’s more likely leading to war.
The United States will be worse off once the smoke clears.
In staffing and internal policies, he seems to be reversing trends of the Tillerson era that dispirited many diplomats.
Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal has one goal in mind — and no plan to achieve it.