G. Philip Hughes
Articles by G. Philip Hughes
A diplomatic report-card that rewards things like 'leading from behind' and 'preserving the relationship' is no way for the U.S. to lead globally.
It's unclear what problem married priests would solve.
Members of Congress still act like they can propose spending on frivolous projects and the taxpayer will foot the bill.
Obama can't continue to advocate for further nuclear arms cuts in the face of North Korea's latest provocation.
Hillary Clinton has evaded the truth on the Benghazi attack.
The answer, I fear, is very.
Despite the president's record, voters still appear to prefer him to Mitt Romney.
The reception of nuclear arms control solutions depends greatly on who suggests them.
President Evo Morales has been waging a campaign against every living former president and anyone else of prominence who dares to oppose him.
President Obama's silence on press freedom in Latin America is troubling.