To criticize Tillerson for everything that is going wrong in U.S. foreign policy today rings hollow for several reasons, many of which critics conveniently ignore or refuse to acknowledge.
Though McMaster has a wealth of knowledge of military affairs, evidence suggests his worldviews sharply diverges from Trump’s at critical points.
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.
The tragedy of American foreign policy is seen when the intention to improve human rights leads to war and chaos.
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