Obama’s abandonment of patient diplomacy—combined with Israel’s bellicose demands—has pushed us dangerously close to conflict.
What if the role of the new US special operations team at work near Iran were reversed?
The Obama administration's alternatives to large-scale military operations are, in some ways, far more drastic and dangerous for US interests around the globe.
Following the money in the Iran crisis.
A military-first policy on a destabilizing planet.
How much are the Democrats counting on the profits and jobs generated by arming the world in the coming election?
How two wars in the Greater Middle East revealed the weakness of the global superpower.
When voters go to the booth next year, how will they vote on foreign policy? What options do they have?
That Friedman’s self-serving feints at the truth still earn him a place of high journalistic regard is a sad commentary on the profession.
The recently-exposed massacre in Haditha is just one example of American soldiers' abuse of Iraqi civilians.