It is a far better option than the realistic alternatives.
Washington has the tools it needs to encourage reform, but isn’t using them.
Fair rules of trade, properly enforced, benefit everyone.
ISIS is one of the world’s richest terrorist organizations.
Today’s problem encompasses not only the Islamic State but also al Qaeda’s global franchises and rump portions of Bin Laden’s original organization
Turkey shelters nearly two million Syrian refugees who have fled civil war.
Perhaps the best indicator of how Iran has and will deal with other countries can be discerned from the treatment of its own citizens.
South Sudan has been embroiled in a brutal civil war since December 2013.
Displacing the issue is a far cry from solving it.
President Obama’s approach to trade policy has not been particularly adroit.