The president has radically redrawn the Middle East with a single tweet. Here's who stands to benefit from his decision—and who does not.
Bipartisan interventionism has yielded only death and tremendous suffering. The president should be lauded for bringing our troops home.
If the president bows to his neoconservative aides on Syria, he risks thrusting the U.S. into a deadly conflict with Russia.
How a nearly unknown businessman named Khaled al-Ahmad became Damascus’ secret liaison to the West and is quietly bringing Syria’s grinding war to a close.
The Syrian president says that Western nations have lied about chemical attacks and supported terrorist groups in his country, while Russia has supported his government against the foreign “invasion.”
Why does Donald Trump feel inclined to attack Bashar Assad's forces only in the case of chemical attacks rather than the more frequent conventional bombings?
The latest military action has chilling similarities to the war of aggression launched against Iraq in 2003 under false pretenses.
The British prime minister, who launched missile strikes with the U.S. without consulting Parliament, also accuses Syria and Russia of attempting to cover up evidence of a deadly chemical weapons attack.