Killing ISIS, the Islamic State, requires neither more nor less than waging war.
Speaking loudly while whittling down the capacity to back up words has been the hallmark of our bipartisan foreign policy.
Candidate Hillary Clinton hides her real views about foreign policy because voters won’t like them.
To be credible, Rand Paul, or any other 2016 presidential contender, must figure out how to project force without meddling in foreigners’ business.
While minding their business, George Washington and his successors were neither pacifists, nor isolationists, nor imperialists.
A foreign policy seriously intended to restore the respect and geopolitical balance on which peace depends would have to return to fundamentals.
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