President Donald Trump’s move to disengage American troops from Northern Syria met with near-universal condemnation, including from Kurdish allies in the path of a potential Turkish invasion who feel his decision would betray them after years of fighting I.S.I.S. terrorists as a U.S. partner. Did the Commander in Chief just jeopardize U.S. interests elsewhere, or does moral leadership sometimes demand abandoning longstanding allies?
Saudi Arabian Aramco oil facilities hit by drones and missiles — allegedly from Iran — leaving U.S. President Donald Trump with no good foreign policy choices. If Saudi Arabia strikes back, it will do so with U.S. weaponry, but should it be with U.S. cooperation, support or troops?