Doha continues to invest in extremist groups.
The loss of U.S. credibility has been a boon for Tehran.
Iran stands to gain the most.
“Tehran continues to stonewall inspectors.”
Riyadh wants to see a strong America.
“The rise of new technology and a retreating hegemon are a combustible combination.”
“The West is overdue for a course correction.”
Democrats might balk at extending $10 billion to Vladimir Putin.
“It’s long past time to label the PRC as the terror group that it is.”
The current U.S. policy is “one step forward, four steps back.”
Tehran will get guns, butter, and nuclear deterrence.
Washington cozies up to Tehran, and lambasts the Gulf states for following suit.
While it tries to counter Russia in Europe, the U.S. is leaving Saudi Arabia and Israel at Russia’s mercy.
Attempts to placate Iran have soured American and British relations with Riyadh.