U.S. Foreign Policy Survey: Mattis Out, Syria Troops Ordered Out, Afghanistan In Flux

An Iraqi soldier watches smoke rising after an airstrike by U.S.-led international coalition warplanes against ISIS, on the border between Syria and Iraq in Qaim, Anbar province, Iraq, Nov. 13, 2018. (Hadi Mizban/AP)

With Meghna Chakrabarti

The state of U.S. foreign policy now, after Trump orders troops out of Syria, readies to cut forces in Afghanistan and his defense secretary calls it quits.


Leo Shane III, deputy editor for the Military Times, where he covers veterans affairs, Congress and the White House. (@LeoShane)

, executive vice president and senior adviser for security and defense policy at the German Marshall Fund of the United.” ()

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