Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Syria, Russia, and China form an informal illiberal authoritarian alliance aimed at nuclear proliferation. This article details that truth.
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.
Trump’s foreign policy is delightfully devious: he has tricked international audiences and the press into embracing regime change in North Korea.
Brandon J. Weichert Interview On Making U.S. Foreign Policy Great Again – The Seth & Chris Show – 11 April 2017
Brandon J. Weichert discusses his recent American Greatness articles “What’s In A Doctrine?” and “Making U.S. Foreign Policy Great Again” only on The Seth & Chris Show.
In my most recent piece at American Greatness, I argue that the recent Trump attack on Syria is in keeping with his campaign promises.
An analysis of Mike Cernovich’s latest “scoop” and a systematic debunking of them.
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.
The old adage, “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” should not be the basis of foreign policy. What’s more, not all autocracies are created equally. Read more to find out why
I talk about the failures of the Obama Doctrine regarding U.S. relations with Russia. It would seem that wounded egos and pride, more than actual strategic interests, are driving the Obama Administration and Putin Regime toward the escalation of conflict.
Turkey has just accused the United States of supporting terrorist groups in Syria. I explain how they are wrong and why I find this claim not only absurd and laughable, but also disgustingly hypocritical.