We could be witnessing a masterclass in
subversive campaign strategizing.
The United States can no longer afford to invest itself in each and every international crisis, while its own home front is vulnerable to political, economic, and financial disasters.
Peace is hazardous to Joe Biden’s administration and his party’s poor chances of maintaining their congressional majorities in next month's elections.
Vladimir Putin prides himself on his understanding of history and probably sees himself as backed into a corner, likely to repeat it.
What’s the point of “interrogating” people entering the United States when the TSA, Homeland Security, and the State Department were already supposed to have screened them?
In the face of an energy crisis, the likes of which the world has not witnessed since the oil crisis of 1973, the Biden Administration has yet to make any sort of impact to remedy the situation.
How the Biden Administration shot itself in the foot hoping to isolate Russia.
Failure to understand the fundamentals of Russian military interventions could help transform what seems like a Russian embarrassment into yet another shameful moment for the Biden Administration.
The image of the United States in the Middle East eroded enough over the past year to embolden its enemies and demoralize its allies.
With a stronger American president, the Russian strongman certainly would have opted for a more pragmatic and cost-effective path.