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Tearline noun | \'ter • līn\ The portions of an intelligence report that provide the substance of a more highly classified or controlled report without identifying sensitive sources, methods, or other operational information. Editor’s Note: This is the first of what will be a weekly newsletter focused on the foreign policy and national security policies...
A look back at the troubling ties between President Donald Trump, his allies, and Russian officials.
Trump is emboldening terrorists and laying the groundwork to deflect blame “if something happens.”
Tillerson’s business-first background, close ties with Russia, and complete lack of experience in public service make him unfit to serve as U.S. secretary of state.
Donald Trump is too impulsive to command the awesome power of America’s armed forces, and his dangerous policies risk an unnecessary—and potentially nuclear—war, with little Congress could do to stop him.
Our senior military officers well remember the price our troops paid for the outrageous blunders of neoconservatives now dominating security policy in the Romney campaign.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has a lack of substance on foreign policy—backed by his unsubstantiated insistence that he’ll simply be good at it.
In the final presidential debate Monday night, Mitt Romney changed his tune on China entirely.
The Republican presidential candidate says he’ll crack down on China, but this doesn’t square with his past, his choice of advisors, and his big business and Wall Street supporters.