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Bannon wanted to reorient U.S. grand strategy on China, but now those who want the status quo may prevail
Bannon admitted what everyone already knew: Trump's threats to attack North Korea are empty.
The Trump team is making another Mideast peace push, but the parties involved are getting restless.
If China won't help us on North Korea, let's try to get North Korea to help us on China.
It would take will and skill, however, to masterfully update U.S.-Russia arms-control agreements.
As tensions escalate, there's only one direct line of communication between Washington and Pyongyang.
Before we go to war, Trump should fully implement the "maximum pressure" campaign he promised, including on Beijing.
The proposal offers a seductive option to bring the troops home, but the devil is in the details
The president has twice certified Iran deal-compliant. He doesn’t want to again.
Congress is formally weighing in on China's persecution of the Nobel Peace Prize winner's wife for the first time.