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"Even for a president who advertised his coldblooded pragmatism, the moral dimensions of leadership find a way of penetrating the Oval Office."

"The administration is in the midst of a larger review of overall Yemen policy that is not expected to be completed until next month."

“Serious crises loom, and Tillerson and Mattis should be the go-to guys to confront them.”

"These people are not saints. They are young middle-class and poor people who often joined up because they had no idea what else to do with their lives."

A damn shame, the U.S. Institute of Peace is on the chopping block. The USIP costs the taxpayer $35.3 million. One F-35A costs $102.1 million.

“Secretary of State Tillerson told agency employees in a letter Thursday morning that next year’s budget proposal is a harbinger of new priorities.”