For much of 2014, I told anyone who would listen — so not that many people — that Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.) was a strong dark horse to be the Republican presidential nominee and may even wind up in the top tier when the 2016 race actually started in earnest after the midterm elections.
Then the Islamic State emerged on the world stage. And Paul went from real contender to fringe player.
Paul formally ended his campaign for president Wednesday, saying in a statement that despite the fact that "tho [...]
An old friend of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton played an outsized role in advising her on U.S. politics and even her dealings with President Barack Obama's White House despite holding no formal government position. [...]
Senator Lindsey Graham underlined his foreign policy experience and taunted Hillary Clinton as he launched his White House run. [...]
In an interview with Thomas L. Friedman, President Obama discussed the calculations that informed the Iran nuclear framework and what they say about his overall approach to foreign policy. [...]
Israel and the United States need to get ready to thwart a terrible surprise.
At the moment there no such thing as an Obama Doctrine for foreign policy – but one may be coming and it could prove catastrophic. [...]
Sounds like 1939 all over again, "lets wait and see" Oop's to late they are already marching into countries.
Foreign policy hawks tout a robust approach to fighting the Islamic State group at the conservative conference. [...]
A governor's foreign policy ignorance and mistakes are usually judged less harshly than a senator's. [...]
Hillary Clinton is largely running based on her, failed, time as Secretary of State. Not long ago her people were promising a more vigorous foreign policy. But after all this time, she hasn’t even bothered to make the most basic statement about the Paris terror attacks. [...]
Almost all of the likely candidates have never shown much interest in foreign policy. [...]
For America's enemies, actions speak louder than rhetoric. [...]
President Barack Obama will meet Tuesday with the top four congressional leaders, with foreign policy on the agenda, according to a senior Senate aide. [...]
In a recent interview with the Atlantic, Hillary Clinton went to great lengths to separate herself from her former boss, President Obama, in the realm of foreign policy. [...]
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have scored a few points with her followers for blasting President Obama’s foreign policy mantra — summed up in the White House catchphrase of “don’t do stupid stuff” — but progressives aren’t amused. [...]
A frustrated President Obama offered up a very un-presidential response to lawmakers from both sides of the political aisle who say he could have averted Islamic State atrocities with stronger Syrian policy, reportedly calling such suggestions “horse [expletive].” [...]
Clinton smacks Obama down. Why? [...]