The Trump security adviser is threatening to punish the International Criminal Court if it mounts an investigation of the war in Afghanistan, and that's just the start.
If the president bows to his neoconservative aides on Syria, he risks thrusting the U.S. into a deadly conflict with Russia.
Here are the crimes that I allege the national security adviser has committed, for which he by all rights should face justice at the Hague, at the hands of the same ICC judges that he recently threatened.
In a speech to the Federalist Society, national security adviser John Bolton reveals the Trump administration's plans to help Israel—further alienating the Palestinians and much of the international community.
In directing the secretary of state to delay his trip, the president cites insufficient progress on denuclearization.
There are a few reasons why the president's recent saber-rattling in Iran's direction may be about issues other than U.S.-Iran relations, strictly defined.
The Russian president makes the comment after the White House backs away from Donald Trump's suggestion that Putin could visit Washington this autumn.
Those who should be voicing opposition—from Congress to the grassroots—are too obsessed with Russia to even pay attention.
The president wants the Mueller investigation to be finished before he meets with the Russian leader.
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the president has asked national security adviser John Bolton to invite the Russian leader and "those discussions are already underway."