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.
Tonight’s debate is sure to feature a lot of talk about China. Here’s what should be asked of him by the moderator of the debate and, if necessary, President Obama himself.
The private equity maven praised appalling labor conditions in China while investing there and while praising our nation’s public investments.
Cory Welt briefs the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission.
Peter Juul looks at both President Barack Obama's and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's foreign policy proposals.
Gov. Romney's defense plans would run up the deficit while shirking the tough choices necessary to prepare the U.S. military for the 21st century, writes Lawrence J. Korb.