"War is easy, peace is hard" is particularly true in the war against ISIS, where little thought has been given to the day after.
Trump seems to thrive on chaos, the rest of the world less so.
Substituting tough talk about JCPOA for hand-wringing about civilian slaughter in Syria is business as usual.
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The policy is quite moderate and could advance American national security interests.
Just because the agreement partially expires in ten years is no reason to terminate it now.
Trump cannot both oppose Iranian regional domination and resign himself to Assad remaining in Syria.
The latest visa move targets a key NATO ally and undermines an already tense relationship.
Rouhani said that Washington will pay a "high cost" if Trump makes good on his threats.
Israel could be a decade away from Iran having nukes based in Syria, just miles from Israel's border.
The capture of a US citizen fighting for ISIS is leading to a set of legal conundrums.
As Russia consolidates its position in Syria and the Middle East as a whole, it's reaching out to rivals and selling them a coveted weapon, the S-400.
Israel went from having very little income inequality to the highest inequality in the developed world.
Erdogan is holding Brunson hostage in hopes the US will turn over a Muslim cleric living in Pennsylvania.
Washington is trying to use its influence to end the diplomatic impasse in the Gulf.
He is the first American citizen to be detained as an enemy combatant by his own government in almost a decade.
Obama advised Putin military intervention in Syria would entrap him in a "quagmire." Putin is now sinking into Quagmire 2.0.
Catholic and Orthodox Christians had previously believed the remains of Saint Nicholas were held in Bari, Italy.
Motivated by myths about American "crimes," Obama failed to bargain hard for American advantage.
While Rouhani wishes Jews a good Rosh Hashanah, Revolutionary Guards promise an end to the Jewish state.