Foreign Affairs

Good Riddance: Former School of Americas Graduate Rios Montt Bites The...

The death of former Guatemalan military dictator Efrain Rios Montt over the weekend was a rare bit of good news in 2018. After taking...

Azerbaijan’s Oil-Rich Regime and Washington Real Estate

If you're looking for a luxury property in Washington, there's a Dupont Circle area house on the market you might want to take a...

“Dude, Where’s My Civil War?”: And Other Greatest Hits of Ralph...

Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, the former military man and Fox News analyst, caused quite a stir yesterday when he resigned from the network, saying...

Another U.S. Firm Involved in Collapsed Florida Bridge Has Problems in...

Last week, I reported that Munilla Construction Management (MCM), builder of the now famous collapsed bridge at Florida International University, also has a controversial record...

Paradise Found: If You’re Rich, You Can Buy Caribbean Passports, And...

Remember Grenada? No, it's not a car, and it's not a syrup made from pomegranates. Perhaps vague memories come to mind? A breezy, tropical...

Florida Bridge Builder Has Had Contract Problems in Panama

It turns out that Munilla Construction Management (MCM), builder of the Miami bridge that collapsed, also has a controversial record in Panama, though fortunately...

Know Your History: My Lai, The Crime and Cover-up, Fifty Years...

The My Lai massacre was first reported in March 1969, one full year after the event. In April 1969, because of congressional queries, the...

Will Mueller Really Drain The Swamp? Highly Doubtful

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russiagate inquiry is said to be increasingly focused on how Trump campaign and administration officials sought to win influence in...

Media Warns Of Peace Threat in Korean Peninsula: Acting Without Advice...

When it comes to national security policy, Donald Trump has periodically generated favorable media commentary. Drop "the mother of all bombs" in Afghanistan? Hardly...

Huge American Investment Firm Being Scrutinized in Highly Lucrative African Bond...

Last March, Franklin Templeton Investments, a U.S.-based firm listed on the New York Stock Exchange, bought more than $2 billion worth of bonds issued...