U.S. Democratic presidential front-runners Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have seized on the killing of an Iranian military commander to tout their own leadership as the best antidote to what they call the reckless actions of President Donald Trump.U.S.
2020 could very well be the year that we see a large-scale cyberattack that results in large-scale physical damage and significant loss of human life.The Daily Signal
When President Trump returns from his Christmas break at Mar-a-Lago, he'll face an inbox full of pressing foreign policy problems. There’s the continuing fallout from his decision to pull American troops from the Syrian border with Turkey, North Korea’s accelerating rate of missile tests, and Iran’s continuing meddling in the Middle East.Washington Examiner
U.S. President Donald Trump starts the new year knee-deep in daunting foreign policy challenges at the same time he'll have to deal with a likely impeachment trial in the Senate and the demands of a reelection campaign.Global News
International affairs sudden focus of campaigns as Biden touts experience and Sanders touts record on Iraq and Vietnam Joe Biden, speaking against a backdrop adorned with the trappings of a presidential address, including American flags and deep-blue drapery, delivered a scorching rebuke of Donald Trump’s stewardship of American foreign policy, accusing the president of bringing the country “dangerously close” to war with Iran. Bernie Sanders quickly brought forward legislation to block funding...the Guardian
His erratic leadership has called attention to what had been a low priority for voters.www.nytimes.com
Jeet Heer Bernie Sanders is trying to chart a bold alternative to Trump’s foreign policy. Are voters ready for his message? The post Even With the Threat of War, Democratic Voters Are Ignoring Foreign Policy appeared first on The Nation.The Nation