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Trump's Malignant Mercantilism: President's Double-Talk About Tariffs Reflects His Economically Ignorant Conviction That Exports Are Good and Imports Are Bad May. 15, 2019

Jacob Sullum

Larry Kudlow, Donald Trump's chief economic adviser, understands that tariffs on Chinese imports are... Read More

Vintage Trump! Squeezing China May. 09, 2019

Dick Morris

President Donald Trump must have read his own book, "The Art of the Deal." He is skillfully applying... Read More

The Secret Campaign for 2020: Where the Democratic Candidates Stand on Foreign Policy May. 03, 2019

Ted Rall

Americans vote their pocketbooks. It's the economy, stupid. Absent a war or recent terrorist attack,... Read More

Netanyahu's Reelection Is a Win for Israel and the US Apr. 18, 2019

Armstrong Williams

The dust has settled, the votes have been counted, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been re... Read More

The Powell Doctrine Has Been Repealed Mar. 30, 2019

Mark Shields

Long before he would become America's 65th secretary of state, Colin Powell was a young Army officer... Read More

Scant Economic Joy in Mudville Mar. 12, 2019

Froma Harrop

The American people have been ordered to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the economic recovery.... Read More

Trump's Fatal Attraction Mar. 01, 2019

Mona Charen

The good news is that the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, did not result in a deal — becau... Read More

Trump's Foreign Policy: Hated by Pundits but Popular With Voters Mar. 01, 2019

Ted Rall

President Donald Trump keeps coming under attack for his foreign policy, predictably by Democrats bu... Read More

Potential US Armed Intervention Looms Over Venezuela Feb. 25, 2019

Daily Editorials

Even as President Donald Trump works to extricate the U.S. military from Afghanistan and Syria, admi... Read More

It Never Works, Yet Trump Is Once Again Trying to Bomb Toward Peace Feb. 15, 2019

Ted Rall

George Carlin said, "Fighting for peace is like screwing for virginity." Given the timing, I assume ... Read More

Russian Hostile Meddling Backfires in Northern Europe Feb. 13, 2019

Austin Bay

On Feb. 11, Norway's intelligence agency severely criticized Russian jamming of GPS signals. The Nor... Read More

Intelligence Chiefs Are Right Feb. 06, 2019

Daily Editorials

Nothing described in the intelligence community's annual Worldwide Threat Assessment presented to Co... Read More

Brexit and the Future of US-Britain Relations Jan. 31, 2019

Armstrong Williams

The future of Brexit, England's historic divorce from the European Union, hangs in a precarious bala... Read More

How the Clintons Made Money From Huawei Jan. 30, 2019

Dick Morris

When Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies, was arrested in Canada on Dec... Read More

Family Separations May Number 'Thousands' More Than Previously Reported Jan. 25, 2019

Daily Editorials

A report last week by the federal inspector general for Health and Human Services adds shocking new ... Read More

Dubai: Where Morality and Modernity Co-Exist Jan. 24, 2019

Armstrong Williams

When I arrived in Dubai two weeks ago as the guest of billionaire business mogul Khalaf Ahmad Al Hab... Read More

Venezuela's Opposition Is Now a Serious Threat to Maduro Jan. 23, 2019

Austin Bay

Since late fall 2018, nationwide opposition to Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro has shown signs of... Read More

The Wall We Need to Build Jan. 23, 2019

Jim Hightower

A fitting epitaph for the tombstone of our current president would be, "Here Lies Donald Trump ... S... Read More

China's Commercial Spies Encounter Blowback Jan. 16, 2019

Austin Bay

The past year has witnessed an overdue international response to China's rapacious military espionag... Read More

While America Slept, China Gained a Stranglehold on the Panama Canal Jan. 14, 2019

Daily Editorials

Decades have passed since tiny Panama ranked among Washington's big national security concerns. The ... Read More