It is unknown whether Trump will announce the end of the 2015 deal or push for a renegotiation.
The latest military action has chilling similarities to the war of aggression launched against Iraq in 2003 under false pretenses.
The Democratic National Committee enabled Donald Trump to win the presidency, and it still does not appear to know how to stop his onslaught.
Donald Trump's presidency has been six months of pain and confusion, but he has kept his campaign pledge to curtail Washington’s urge for regime change.
The path to a more peaceful world begins by universalizing resistance to militarism.
While alleged 2016 election interference grabs headlines, the bigger test may be whether the Donald Trump-Vladimir Putin accord made at the G-20 summit holds.
Critical questions remain unanswered, deflected by promises of an internal review.
The Democrats’ "Russia-made-Hillary-lose" hysteria has pushed a weakened president toward hawks who support massive U.S. military intervention worldwide. (Pictured, at center, neocon Robert Kagan.)