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  • Mulvaney: 'Politics can and should influence foreign policy'

    Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on Tuesday stood by his controversial comments at an October press conference, saying he believes politics should influence foreign policy.

  • Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’ Foreign Policy

    To Europeans, the real shock is not the president’s abuse of power. It’s his baldly transactional approach to the world.
  • Does It Matter That Impeachment Enthusiasts Are Lousy on Foreign Policy?

    What have we learned after the second week of the House impeachment inquiry, aside from the fact that President Donald Trump abuses power and says crazy things while pretty much everybody else rationalizes one way or the other? One persistent peculiarity, argue Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Matt Welch on the Reason Roundtable podcast, is that so, so many of the president's greatest antagonists are—like many in the permanent foreign policy apparatus—more...