My colleague here at AW, Joshua Johnson, writes an interesting piece about the latest developments in Syria. Specifically, as it relates to the April 4th chemical weapons attack in the province of Idlib in the town of Khan Shaykhun. My … Continue reading Syria Is Not Black And White
Donald Trump was ridiculed for not understand the sword (NATO) and shield (nuclear deterrent) concept of European geopolitics during the Presidential campaign. Yet, it seems that assumption was based merely on the idea Trump had different ideas on our alliance … Continue reading It’s Not Me It’s You NATO
Sometimes, it is an art form to parse from Donald Trump’s words what he really means. For example, he does not speak the way a typical politician does, spouting off platitudes about America’s role in the world and assuming everybody … Continue reading Donald Trump’s Radical, But Rational Foreign Policy
This is something that most Americans won’t acknowledge today and something that even ten or twenty years ago would not have even been considered possible. But here we are with the Russian government holding the moral high ground over the … Continue reading Why Russia Has the Moral High Ground
You might be wondering what is with the title of this article? Well just recently CNN released an article about the supposed, “Russian Hacks” and in it they used an image familiar to Fallout players. The internet went crazy posting … Continue reading CNN, Fallout 4, & Fake News
As many of you may have heard, the President addressed the United Nations General Assembly for the eighth and final time. A few key points he made were: “the world is by many measures less violent and more prosperous than … Continue reading Obama at the U.N.