The Obama administration has revealed its trade pact with Pacific nations, a sweeping and controversial deal igniting fierce opposition from President Barack Obama’s Democratic allies.
The challenging policy goals set by the White House will be harder to achieve with the perception abroad that a president “who was headed for lame-duck status is even less relevant.”
The U.S.-lead coalition is still fighting back against the Islamic State, but some officials say the coalition’s strategy is not likely to work.
President Obama clashes with Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan about the extent of Turkey’s military assistance in the fight against the Islamic State.
Today the Weekend Reader brings you The Mantle of Command: FDR at War, 1941-1942 by award-winning biographer Nigel Hamilton. Based on years of archival research, The Mantle of Command is a comprehensive account of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s strong leadership during a pivotal time, as well as the crucial decisions he made when developing a strategy to defeat Hitler and Japan at […]