Nothing was found on your request

Foreign Policy: news on page 155

Quote of the day: For what purpose would you need a combat rocking chair?

Quote of the day: For what purpose would you need a combat rocking chair?

Answer: For a military chaplain to hold and comfort wounded and dying Iraqi children.
Carl Prine on the USMC’s ‘Big Lie’ About Every Marine Being a Rifleman

Carl Prine on the USMC’s ‘Big Lie’ About Every Marine Being a Rifleman

Another excerpt from an interview in the San Diego Union-Tribune.
SitRep: Allies Warn Trump About Jerusalem Decision

SitRep: Allies Warn Trump About Jerusalem Decision

Washington tells Moscow to show its roll in Syria; Huge new U.S./South Korean military exercise
The Evidence Is Damning: What Team Trump Knew and When

The Evidence Is Damning: What Team Trump Knew and When

We already know that the Trump campaign was aware of — and intended to profit from — Moscow’s interference in the election.

Flynn’s Lies Are Just the Latest in a Series

The former national security adviser's plea deal must be understood in the context of various deceits by the president and his associates.
The Political Operative Shaping President Trump’s ‘America First’ Agenda

The Political Operative Shaping President Trump’s ‘America First’ Agenda

From Breitbart News to the White House, Steve Bannon represents a powerful and disruptive force that has reshaped American politics.
The Director Bringing the Story of Afghan Women to the Screen

The Director Bringing the Story of Afghan Women to the Screen

As a teenager, Roya Sadat organized performances dramatizing the Taliban’s appalling treatment of women. Today, she is one of the country’s most prominent filmmakers.

GOP Senator Presses Trump Administration Over Deadly Saudi Blockade in Yemen

Sen. Todd Young is holding up a key State Department confirmation until the White House helps ease the humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen.
The Producer Helping Show the Vietnam War in a New Light

The Producer Helping Show the Vietnam War in a New Light

In Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's “The Vietnam War,” Ho Dang Hoa shaped the Vietnamese side of the story.
The Prime Minister Putting His Country Back Together

The Prime Minister Putting His Country Back Together

Haider al-Abadi has one of the world’s hardest jobs: driving ISIS out of Iraq, launching reforms to the public sector, and preventing his country from being used as a battleground.
The President Trying to Rebuild Decent Democratic Leadership

The President Trying to Rebuild Decent Democratic Leadership

Despite inheriting a corruption scandal and a looming threat to the north, South Korean President Moon Jae-in is pushing for open government, dialogue, and peace.
The Women Who Came Forward

The Women Who Came Forward

In 2017, what started as a trickle became a waterfall, as women across the world began sharing stories of sexual harassment and assault as part of the #MeToo campaign.
FP’s 2017 Leading Global Thinkers

FP’s 2017 Leading Global Thinkers

2017 was a year of reckoning. These minds found remarkable ways not just to rethink our strange new world but also to reshape it.
SitRep: New Trump National Security Strategy Wrapped Up

SitRep: New Trump National Security Strategy Wrapped Up

New fighting in Yemen may have claimed former president, Pentagon buildup not looking good
In Return to Cold War Posture, U.S. Sending Sub Hunting Planes to Iceland

In Return to Cold War Posture, U.S. Sending Sub Hunting Planes to Iceland

NATO and the United States are confronting years of neglect of their submarine-detecting capabilities, while Russia has pulled even.
Trump Boycotts U.N. Migration Talks

Trump Boycotts U.N. Migration Talks

The White House’s ‘America First’ policymakers see little gain in setting the global rules for migration.
Hell Hath No Fury Like a Former British Colony Scorned

Hell Hath No Fury Like a Former British Colony Scorned

The U.K.'s biggest hurdle to a successful Brexit is the small country next door.
Mike Flynn Pleads Guilty to Lying to FBI, Is Cooperating on Russia Probe

Mike Flynn Pleads Guilty to Lying to FBI, Is Cooperating on Russia Probe

The former national security adviser was asked by Trump team officials to make contact with the Russians.