The United States has spent $6 trillion on wars that have cost 500,000 lives since September 11, 2001. by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that the United States no longer views Israeli settlements in the West Bank as inherently illegal.
Secretary of Defense Esper said the United States and South Korea have replaced a joint military exercise with a smaller event in an “act of goodwill” toward North Korea.
CIA agents are suspected of personally participating in armed raids on civilian targets in Afghanistan.
The Senate Majority Leader’s measure urges the White House to keep American forces in Syria, putting him at odds with the president.
Council on Foreign Relations president Richard Haass is leading a chorus of foreign policy “experts” and media commentators that is condemning President Trump’s actions and demanding a continuation of their Orwellian “Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace” program.
Speaking on NBC’s Meet The Press on October 20, Representative Justin Amash criticized the Trump administration’s decision to move the U.S. troops leaving Syria to western Iraq.
Senator Rand Paul defended President Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Syria, breaking with fellow Republicans such as Lindsey Graham.
President Trump announced sanctions against Turkey aimed at restraining the Turks’ military operation in Northern Syria and called on Turkey to stop the invasion.