Curt Mills is foreign-affairs reporter at the National Interest.
The president’s decision to not certify the JCPOA has bequeathed him some strange bedfellows.
Trump will struggle to get anything through Congress.
London might be desperate enough to try to join NAFTA.
Hawks in Washington, including Reps. Ed Royce and Eliot Engel, are warning about the prominence of Hezbollah, and are alleging ties to the drug trade that implicate its benefactor, Iran.
U.S.-Cuba relations are once more in turmoil.
So far, the Jones Act has survived all attempts to bury it at sea.
Moore espouses foreign policy restraint, but his record, like Bannon’s, indicates a deep concern over Iran and Islam.
Frank Gaffney, the controversial counterterrorism analyst, and forty-four others have now endorsed a plan, written by John Bolton at the urging of Steve Bannon, to withdraw from the Iran Deal.
The president reserved perhaps his strongest language in his UN address for Nicolas Maduro’s regime, but allies of the president and some in the Pentagon are urging caution.
Johnson’s publishing of a 4000-word shadow manifesto over the weekend has Britain buzzing that the foreign secretary could finally challenge Prime Minister Theresa May.
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