While pledging to pull troops from Syria and Afghanistan, the president has ramped up tensions with Iran. An expert assesses the dangers.
U.S. critics of Modern Monetary Theory who point to Venezuela’s hyperinflation are missing the big difference between the two countries.
Critics fear the seizure of billions of dollars in assets could exacerbate the country's economic crisis and possibly lead to war.
As Nicolas Maduro begins his second term as president, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appears hell-bent on toppling the Bolivarian regime.
If they know where their representatives stand, constituents can hold them accountable if they choose to prolong unpopular conflicts.
The national security adviser has been agitating for a war on Iran for two decades, and if he's not reined in, he could soon get his way.
Predictably, the mainstream media has issued a collective pronouncement about the president's pullout plan that fails to reflect the facts.
A senior administration official says President Trump "thought he got a commitment" from the Turkish president to protect the fighters.
The Weekly Standard may be dead, but neocons enjoy new influence in both parties, writes Stephen Wertheim in The New York Review of Books.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, officials reveal the president took action without consulting his allies or national security team.