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Curt Mills

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Arlington, VA, United States

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Past articles by Curt:

Trump’s Afghanistan: Exit or Mirage?

What to make of the latest attempt to end America’s longest war. → Read More

Pompeo Presents Dire Assessment of Iran Situation

The Secretary of State categorically blamed Iran for a Gulf of Oman oil tanker attack; others remain circumspect. → Read More

Ex-Military Brass Line Up Against War in Iran

A concerned cadre is sounding the alarm against an America on the edge in the Gulf. → Read More

The Extraordinary Comeback of Ken Cuccinelli

The former Virginia Attorney General—and virulent Trump opponent—takes the wheel on the president’s signature issue: immigration. → Read More

Is Bolton’s War With Iran Becoming A Reality?

In the Gulf, a cold war is becoming a hot one. → Read More

Donald Trump’s State of the Union Opportunity

An ensemble of characters is trying to pull Trump in different directions at this critical juncture of his presidency. → Read More

Why Phony Liberal Ralph Northam Is Doomed

After repeatedly playing the racism card against Republicans, Democrats now discover it in their own ranks. → Read More

The Congressional Assault On Trump’s War Powers

McConnell's amendment rebuking Trump is approved by the Senate. → Read More

Longtime Trump Associate Roger Stone Arrested

Innocent or guilty, Friday’s announcement from the special counsel seemed a long time coming. → Read More

The New Battle Over Donald Trump's Foreign Policy

National security advisor John Bolton is increasingly isolated, but the president can ill afford to bleed allies. Rand Paul wants to see through the president’s prerogatives. → Read More

Romney Rings In the New Year—Attacking Trump

The senator-elect’s clearly-timed New Years’ Night op-ed throws down the gauntlet as he’s set to be sworn in this week. → Read More

Secretary of Defense James Mattis Will Depart In February

The announcement Thursday evening, confirmed by the secretary, is a part of a larger security shake-up. → Read More

Pompeo Hires Second Major Trump Critic

Mary Kissel joins Syria envoy Jim Jeffrey, who previously argued the president was unfit for office, as a Pompeo aide. → Read More

Trump Sides With the Iran Hawks on Saudi Arabia

The fight will continue for the president’s ear, but on the Middle East, for foreign-policy restrainers, this could be a presidency slipping away. → Read More

Mira Vs. Melania: The Personal Feud That Could Reshape National Security

Factionalism in the Trump White reached a new level Tuesday as the First Lady called for the ouster of a senior NSC official. → Read More

Goodbye, Jeff Sessions—and Hello to Attorney General Chris Christie or Pam Bondi?

The Attorney General’s firing has upset some on the Right. → Read More

Is Bolsonaro Just the Latest Installment of a Populist Revolution?

Right-wingers like Steve Bannon cheer the ascension in Brasilia; restrainers mull over the Brazilian president-elect’s very pro-Trump foreign policy. → Read More

Amid Khashoggi Affair, Fred Fleitz Leaves White House

Some administration allies worry, after Jamal Khashoggi, about a White House poised to take its eye off the ball on Iran and political Islam. → Read More

Nikki Haley, UN Ambassador, Announces Shock Resignation

Intrigue abounds about a 2020 run for the presidency. → Read More

John Bolton Ups the Pressure on Iran

This week saw secession from an obscure treaty and a move to make Iran the centerpiece of U.S. counterterrorism. → Read More