Lt. Col. Daniel Davis joins Federalist Radio to discuss the foreign policy leaders surrounding President Trump and what role Congress plays in our foreign engagements.
A conservative approach toward the Middle East today should not be a choice between the two extremes of isolationism or global policing.
Sean Hannity and Bret Stephens can duke it out all they want over nativism or neoconservatism in foreign policy, but their world will soon be over.
Denouncing all patriotic impulses as barbaric, tribal, and intrinsically racist will only fuel these impulses. Instead, we need to distinguish between healthy and unhealthy nationalism.
World War II and the terrorist attacks of September 11 taught us that the United States cannot retreat to within its borders and expect the world to leave us alone.
Rand Paul previews his foreign policy address, in which he intends to lay out the case for “conservative realism”.
The Federalist interviews Rand Paul on ISIS, his critics, and foreign policy.
Rand Paul can control how he presents himself. What he cannot control is the chaos of world events.
Non-interventionism is not isolationism, nor should the two ever be confused by any responsible commentator. Thomas Jefferson illustrates the difference.
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