American rivals and enemies may take advantage of Donald Trump’s insult to Africa, the Caribbean and Central America to reduce U.S. leverage and increase their own.
The United States created crises in countries like Haiti and El Salvador in the name of corporate greed and American hegemony, and now is turning away refugees fleeing grim conditions.
The regime has been challenged, and the future of the country depends on whether the ayatollahs rise to that challenge.
The president's tweets about the welfare of Iranians upset over reduced government subsidies for commodities are disingenuous.
Moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is not a “recognition of reality" but rather a deadly provocation that could get Americans blown up.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun says he thinks Prime Minister Saad Hariri is being detained in Saudi Arabia.