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Past articles by Dan:

Two Years Later, No Amnesty for the GOP’s Never Trump Camp

Many remain critical, others have repented, but all are shut out from the Trump administration. → Read More

U.S. Close to Imposing Sanctions on European Companies in Russian Pipeline Project

The decision would test already fraught relations with Germany, other allies. → Read More

Now That the Summit Is Off Between the U.S. and North Korea, What’s Next?

Six questions to ponder after Trump’s announcement, including — what will become of those coins? → Read More

Can the U.S.-Europe Alliance Survive Trump?

Europe and the United States have quarreled before. This time, it’s serious. → Read More

Families of Americans Held in Iran Urge Trump: Keep Your Promise

U.S. exit from nuclear deal could jeopardize prospects for imprisoned Americans. → Read More

The ‘Silver Lining’ to Trump Pulling Out of the Iran Deal

The White House has the legal authority to compel countries to reinstate U.N. sanctions on Iran. So why has it chosen not to exercise it? → Read More

The Stars of North Korea Talks Revolve Around Moon

For all Trump’s talk of fire and fury, the North Koreans wouldn’t have come to the negotiating table without South Korea’s pragmatic president. → Read More

What Happens if the U.S. Bows Out of the Iran Nuclear Deal?

By reimposing sanctions, Trump risks alienating Europe and freeing Iran to revive its nuclear program. → Read More

The Head of the U.S. Coast Guard Isn’t Afraid to Talk About Climate Change

It may not be a White House priority. But rising sea levels are critical to the service’s operations. → Read More

White House Weighs Taking Refugee Programs Away From State Department

Mike Pompeo’s first test could be a plan to remove refugee aid from Foggy Bottom. → Read More

Bolton’s Ascent Gives Iranian Group a New Lease on Life

With a supporter in the White House, the MEK might finally have a voice in U.S. policy. → Read More

Bolton’s Pick for Deputy Could Roil Pentagon Relations

Mira Ricardel clashed with Defense Secretary James Mattis’s team in the early days of Trump’s presidency. → Read More

Senators Demand Answers From Trump Team on Yemen

Administration officials defended their position, but lawmakers weren’t happy with their answers. → Read More

Can a Weekend at Mar-a-Lago Rescue the Trump-Abe Relationship?

The Japanese prime minister’s courtship of the U.S. president worked. For a while. → Read More

Top Advisor’s Fate Serves as Bellwether for State Department

The future role of a powerful senior advisor to former U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will serve as a key barometer for how the next top diplomat will lead a beleaguered State Department. Brian Hook, the director of policy planning at the State Department, played a dominant role under Tillerson’s tenure, shaping decisions on virtually every major policy issue and overseeing discussions… → Read More

For a Second Strike on Syria, Trump Will Have to Go Big

With little to show for last year’s missile attack, the Trump administration is contemplating a larger campaign against the Assad government. → Read More

Pompeo Braces for Brutal Confirmation Fight

With a tight vote looming, lawmakers hope to extract the outgoing CIA chief’s pledge to restore a damaged State Department. → Read More

Congress Sours on Saudi Arabia Over Yemen

While the White House fetes the kingdom’s crown prince, lawmakers are running out of patience with Riyadh’s catastrophic war in Yemen. → Read More

The Drones are Back

Trump has resumed the bombing campaign in Pakistan, but this time it’s targeting the Taliban. → Read More

Tillerson’s Exit Could Doom the Iran Nuclear Deal –

The accord's survival was already tenuous. But after Trump's Cabinet shakeup, it's likely to end. → Read More