US ruling ideology and Washington power have become unstuck as never before.
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Seeks Trump Approval for Airstrikes Against al-Shabaab
Insists Keeping Troops in Iraq Is in the 'National Interest'
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Conference at the National Press Club, 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said in an interview on Saturday that he doesn't rule out the possibility of nuclear weapons in Japan and South Korea to counter North Korean aggression.
A US-led battalion of over 1,100 soldiers will be deployed in Poland in the beginning of April to deter what is said to be possible Russian "aggression," ....
When it comes to foreign policy and the U.S. government's imperial and interventionist role in the world, it is sometimes difficult to determine which faction of statists -- liberal or conservative -- is the more hypocritical and morally blind.
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Candidate Donald Trump offered a sharp break from his predecessors. He was particularly critical of neoconservatives, who seemed to back war at every turn.
Three years ago, the Army rolled its tanks out of Europe after decades of post-World War II and Cold War presence. But that didn't last long.
Pat Buchanan: The vote that needs explaining on NATO issue is not Rand Paul's
For many months the press has been feverishly searching for evidence of a Russian connection.
These Neocons Want Another Sunni Insurgency (Updated)
Israel is working on two large procurement deals with the United States for jet fighters and helicopters to upgrade two IAF squadrons.
From Clinton, Bush, Obama & Trump
Crop dumping is one of the most pernicious forms of U.S. foreign aid. Crop dumping is the transfer of massive amounts of food into an economy for free or at a below market price to feed "starving children." The intention is lovely, but the policy
Last week President Trump significantly escalated the US military presence in Syria, sending some 400 Marines to the ISIS-controlled Raqqa, and several dozen Army Rangers to the contested area around Manbij.
The Trump Administration is reportedly changing the rules of military engagement to give the generals more authority over attacks in areas not in the heat of battle. What does this do to civilian control of the military? Is this a new strategy?
The Good Occupation: American Soldiers and the Hazards of Peace, Susan L. Carruthers, Harvard University Press, 384 pages
David Friedman is known for his support for the most extreme elements in Israel's settler movement
We are now moving rapidly into stage II of Levantine Madness as the US boosts its intervention in the war-torn Mideast.
Former Assistant Secretary of Housing and financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts says the Trump Administration is at the beginning of a long war against his deep state enemies.
Russia's largest bank, Sberbank, has confirmed that it hired the consultancy of Tony Podesta, the elder brother of John Podesta who chaired Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, for lobbying its interests in the United States and proactively seeki
To back up Defense Secretary "Mad Dog" Mattis' warning last month, that the U.S. "remains steadfast in its commitment" to its allies, President Donald Trump is sending B-1 and B-52 bombers to Korea.
When he was in office, former President Barack Obama earned the ire of anti-war activists for his expansion of Bush's drone wars.
The United States has been growing progressively insane for a long time.
President Trump promised less US meddling in the rest of the world, however he is increasingly surrounded by hawks and from South Korea to Kiev the US appears more entrenched than ever. Has the President broke his word, or is he out of control?
Deputy Adviser Seeks Multiple Plans for Response to North Korea