Whether there was collusion or not, the fact that Donald Trump tried to stop the Russia investigation is bad enough.
The president rejects a war of civilizations and calls on Muslim leaders to address the challenges that breed terrorism.
Berating allies? Firing the director of the FBI? Sharing classified information with the Russians? When will enough be enough?
Turkey hoped Donald Trump would be less supportive of the Kurds than Barack Obama. It doesn’t look like it.
The firing of FBI director James Comey shows how Donald Trump’s authoritarianism and incompetence go hand in hand.
The president has reversed himself on major international issues, but he could just as easily change his mind again.
Donald Trump signals to China and Russia that neither will be able to shield its clients if they cross the line.
Unlike his predecessor, Donald Trump does not worry about being drawn into the Arab cold war with Iran.
Commentators don’t oppose the missile strikes per se but worry the American acted for the wrong reasons.
Even a personality as big as Donald Trump can’t escape the geopolitical realities of the Middle East.
Trump counseled his predecessor against intervening in Syria only to later criticize him for not intervening in Syria.
The Syrian dictator is not going to help defeat the self-declared caliphate. He helped create it.