“The president’s options on North Korea are bad. However, the president must make a choice. This is the sad world we currently live in today. It’s a simple lose-lose calculation: do we lose little by dictating the course of conflict with preemptive strikes before North Korea gets fully functional ICBMs, or do we lose big by suffering a mass casualty attack and, potentially, being forced out of the Asia-Pacific entirely?”
After the Trump Administration’s cruise missile strike against Assad’s air force in Syria, many have oddly rushed to the defense of Bashar al-Assad. Here are the facts for why that’s a bad idea.
In my most recent piece at American Greatness, I argue that the recent Trump attack on Syria is in keeping with his campaign promises.
At American Greatness, I outline where the U.S. should go following the Trump Administration’s attack on Syria and how it applies to the China-North Korea dynamic.
Now that the Trump Administration has retaliated against Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons attack in Syria, where does the world go from here? I answer this and other pressing questions about the Syrian Civil War and Trump’s foreign policy.