Greek authorities must take ownership of the bailout program if it is to have any chance of success.
The Iranian regime has long since declared war against its own people.
The worst refugee crisis since World War II is looming in Europe.
Serious and honest observers of Iran know that the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program has been a weapons program, despite the denials.
America should rely on its deal making skills -- not weapons or sanctions -- to end the conflict.
This Libya fiasco is not an isolated example of Obama’s foreign policy mis-judgement.
While many NGOs are good at what they do, the same is true for companies doing other components of democracy work.
Sanctions that bar “U.S. persons” from dealing with Iran will remain.
Obama’s Iran deal will bring war.
The most constructive role for Congress at this point would be to engage in rigorous, careful oversight of the deal’s implementation.