The meeting last week in the U.K. is just a reminder of what happens whenever we allow actors to take the place of leaders.
The aftermath of the pandemic is the perfect opportunity for the United States to lead a global rebuke and rectify the past half-century’s giant mistake.
People calling themselves “Americans” continue to work to build their own empire through “our democracy” by drawing upon profits made in Communist China.
The new American Middle East policy is an extension of the new American domestic policy.
Our nation is in deep peril. We are in a fight for our survival as a constitutional republic like no other time since our founding in 1776.
Joe Biden is reading too much into the election. America never left the global scene during the Trump presidency, but it did begin to expunge the bad policies of previous years.
If he can weather the storm, the Florida Republican could prove to be the heir to Trump the MAGA movement needs to prevent the GOP’s orchestrated backslide.
The battle of the decade is now between popular sovereignty and globalism. It will have far-reaching political, economic, and social consequences, even for taxation.
After the embarrassment at Anchorage, here are four rules for engaging with China on the world stage going forward.
We can only hope that America will one day see Russia as a competitor with rational motivations, not as a target for the ever-shifting ideological agendas of the U.S. government.
The monotonous routine of those Beltway cretins, like a well-oiled machine, is back in a big way.
Americans must recognize that foreign aid, rather than empowering democracy and freedom abroad, often fuels instability and violence in some of the world’s most vulnerable regions.
Joe Biden should be reinforcing the Abraham Accords. He should be extending Trump’s successful security policies and diplomacy instead of sabotaging them.
Today’s great challenge is not to promote or transform any progressive world order but simply to defend existing democracies. The United States remains much stronger than some believe.
Meet Thomas Donilon, the China hand behind Joe Biden's nonchalance toward Beijing.
It would be a fitting capstone to the first presidency in a half-century to recognize the PRC for the arch-foe that it is.
The time is now to resolve to rectify what no other American president has had the courage to rectify. Trump should claim the $2 trillion China owes Americans and put America first.
We cannot let these oligarchs compel our national suicide to boost the gross domestic product.
We have no excuse for not finally waking up to the threat that China poses.
There is hope that Joe Biden will pause before jettisoning policies that have advanced peace in the Middle East more effectively than anything since Camp David in 1978.