Former US ambassador to the UN goes ‘On the Record’ on the Munich attack and its potential implications for a possible attack on US shores
The point of a strong NATO alliance – it was true during the Cold War, it’s true today, faced with a belligerent Russia – is not to engage in military conflict, it is to deter military conflict, through strength.
The triumph of Erdogan’s government means he has swept the board clear of any real impediments to implementing his radical policies.
The fact remains that Iran got tangible benefits by the lifting of the economic sanctions that benefit the mullahs directly and those who have favor with them. They don’t benefit the average people of Iran. They benefit the rulers.
For Americans outraged at the remoteness and unresponsiveness of government in Washington, understanding what British voters did in choosing Brexit provides considerable food for thought and debate before the November election.