Tag Archives: Foreign policy

Trump’s Iran Deal Withdrawal Has Broad Implications

Last week, after 15 months of threatening to do so, President Trump withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA or the Iran Deal). He was following through with one of his top campaign promises. Without getting into the weeds of the jargon filled 150-plus page multilateral agreement, the deal does three major things. […]

Rand Paul Continues His Embrace of Neo-Conservative Policies

In August, I wrote a column raising concerns about Rand Paul–a self-styled, pro-markets, anti-intervention libertarian who for many conservatives represents the only hope for a departure from the neoconservative hijacking of his party. My concern was that Paul appeared to be flirting with his party’s neoconservative side by flip flopping on Iran. He wrote me […]

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