Trump v. Clinton: What’s a Good Neocon to Do?

kagan3

by Jim Lobe There have been some reports—most recently, in The Intercept—that neoconservatives, most of whom have indeed expressed a strong dislike for Donald Trump, are now moving to support Hillary Clinton. This assessment is based primarily (and exclusively in… Continue Reading  

Trump Versus Clinton on Foreign Policy

Trump_&_Clinton

by Robert E. Hunter Following Hillary Clinton’s June 2 foreign policy speech in San Diego, California, the whole world knows what she thinks of Donald Trump’s becoming commander-in-chief next January. “[His ideas] are dangerously incoherent. They’re not even really ideas—just… Continue Reading  

Forgetting the Lessons of the Other 9/11

Fall_of_the_Berlin_Wall_1989,_people_walking

by Robert E. Hunter Today is “9/11.” No, not the one with which we in the United States are all too familiar: the twin towers in New York, the Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania. But the “other 9/11,” recognized… Continue Reading  

Russia is Back. Get Used to it.

Vladimir_Putin_12020

by Robert E. Hunter This coming Monday, President Barack Obama will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the UN General Assembly, their first meeting in 15 months. This will be no ordinary occasion, given Russian aggression in Ukraine, the… Continue Reading  

America’s Hiroshima and Nagasaki 70 Years Later

Hiroshima_Aftermath_-_cropped_Version

by Christian Appy “Never, never waste a minute on regret. It’s a waste of time.” — President Harry Truman Here we are, 70 years after the nuclear obliteration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and I’m wondering if we’ve come even one… Continue Reading