Without a coordinated plan of action for Syria, there will soon be nothing left for the international community to save.
Propping the Assad regime was only a motive insofar as it helped achieve other targets.
The far-right’s nationalist and protectionist ideology continues to win support and fuel anti-EU sentiments
Sanders prefers to continue his pillory of all things high finance to the exclusion of nearly all else — foreign policy, in particular.
Failure to pursue political goals in the Middle East with the same gusto as military objectives could render today’s battlefield successes against ISIS meaningless.
The U.S. is allowing Turkey to become more authoritarian and opposed to the anti-ISIL effort.
Alex Davies talks to New York Times National Security Correspondent David Sanger about recent developments in Syria and Iran.
A new channel for in-depth analysis from the frontlines.
Amid the ongoing debate over U.S. strategy in the Middle East, Tyler Bowen responds to Chris Newton’s criticism of millennial foreign policy.