Is there no conspiracy theory Trump won’t fall for, however damaging to US interests?
Rights Advocates Decry 'Unconscionable' State Dept Decision to Cut Women's Rights From Annual Report
"This development is a transparent attempt by the Trump administration to not only de-prioritize reproductive rights, but effectively erase them from the broader conversation on human rights."
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) worried that the "legal justification" detailed in the memo "may now become precedent for additional executive unilateral military action," such as bombings in Syria or North Korea
The White House is still weighing plans for "preemptive" attack on North despite warnings it would "trigger an all-out war"
Today's nominees certainly do represent the worst of the Trump administration.
As Washington Inflames Tensions in Syria, Turkey Launches Airstrikes Against U.S.-Backed Kurdish Forces
More than 100 targets were bombed Saturday, days after Turkey threatened attacks unless U.S. withdrew support for Kurdish forces
Amid political unrest, war-hungry hawks in the United States condemned for pretending to care for Iranian people and human rights
Tillerson's suggestion of diplomacy reportedly "alarmed" White House officials, who worried his conciliatory comments would "sow confusion" when compared with the president's more hostile remarks
Advocates for Peace Applaud as Tillerson Drops Preconditions Demand for Direct Talks With North Korea
"This more realistic posture could be just what we need to deescalate tensions and jumpstart the diplomatic process."
Trump's declaration "adds insult to ongoing injury and is practically guaranteed to fan the flames of violence," argue scholars
"We know that North Korea wants first of all to speak with the United States about its security guarantees," says Sergey Lavrov. "We are ready to support it. We are ready to help promote such talks."