The United States owes a great debt to its 41st president.
From being wary about the Middle East to protecting America’s intelligence services, the former president was far more prescient than he’s often given credit for.
He should confront Trump’s mistakes and put forward a positive agenda.
The Trump administration is right to call out the region’s rogues for their destabilizing behavior.
Trump has a window of opportunity to demand real change.
Once sanctions are back in full force, the United States needs to be ready for the worst.
Voters are manifesting their profound unhappiness with the status quo. Jair Bolsonaro is the result.
It’s not too late for Trump’s departing U.N. ambassador to cut Washington’s peacekeeping costs.
The United States needs to keep Europe on board, go beyond sanctions, and ensure lasting bipartisan support for its new policy.
Trump’s U.N. ambassador is the only cabinet official to have emerged from the administration stronger than ever.
Washington should explore retaliatory measures that impose real costs on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Washington should hand over U.S. military and political roles to other countries, including China.