Gen. H.R. McMaster has been named National Security Advisor to President Trump. How much will his hawkish views on war and geopolitics influence the President’s policies?
The problem with President Trump’s expected strategy plan to defeat ISIS is that it is not a strategy at all, but rather it is the same old failed tactics: more US military force.
It’s open warfare in Washington, D.C. with the latest casualty being President Trump’s National Security Advisor, Gen. Michael Flynn. Was it his discussion with the Russian Ambassador or something else that was his undoing. Who benefits?
Rumors are flying that today President Trump will name arch-neocon interventionist Elliott Abrams as Deputy Secretary of State. Will the neocons grab full control despite Trump’s vows to the contrary?
In the first weeks of his presidency, Donald Trump looks like he is taking up his predecessors’ aggressive foreign policy and kicking it up a notch. Is this what America voted for? More war? »crosslinked«
President Trump’s National Security Advisor, Gen. Michael Flynn, interrupted the White House press briefing yesterday to deliver a statement that the US is putting Iran “on notice” after what he claimed were “destabilizing” acts by the Iranian government. Was he …