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It's temping to pity John Bolton, President Donald Trump's national security adviser. [Read More]
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It falls to the national security adviser to defend the incomprehensible. [Read More]
Picking Paul Bucha, a Medal of Honor recipient, as a speaker was predictable. His message about black men in America wasn't. [Read More]
The new secretary of state is engaging in wishful thinking after President Trump renounced the nuclear deal. [Read More]
Few American officials were so directly involved in the frenzy of abuse after 9/11 as Gina Haspel, President Trump's choice to head the agency. [Read More]
Foreign policy experts from a conservative group and a liberal group actually get together to see what they have in common. [Read More]
Perhaps Ambassador Peter Hoekstra had watched President Trump spew lies and hate without apology for so long that he thought he could get away with... [Read More]
Uniformity may be the rule, but there are signs that personal expression has not been entirely crushed. [Read More]
North Korean people being conditioned to expect war with U.S. [Read More]
It's unsettling to hear ordinary North Koreans talk of war with calm acceptance. [Read More]
A community tells its story, and it is a tale of promises not kept. [Read More]
With some 163 of their colleagues in jail, the men and women of news media are understandably fearful. [Read More]
Someday, the secretary of state is going to find he needs to get his message across to the public. [Read More]
Mr. Trump needs a mix of voices advising him, not just military leaders. [Read More]
American journalists see a more urgent need than ever to defend press freedoms at home. [Read More]
With authoritarian leaders on the rise, democratic values are increasingly threatened. [Read More]
The Philippine president's anti-American vitriol might have paid off in the South China Sea. [Read More]
Iranian hardliners have intensified their anti-Western crackdown by sentencing two Iranian-Americans to 10 years in prison. [Read More]
In December, women in Saudi Arabia will run for public office and vote for the first time. In theory, that should count as an advance... [Read More]
Even with a college degree, opportunities are still scarce. [Read More]
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