The first time President Ronald Reagan announced that “A nuclear war can never be won and must never be fought” was before the Japanese Diet on November 11, 1983.
Donald Trump is using the foreign policy theories of both Ronald Reagan and John Kerry, at the same time, in their most extreme formulations.
The question is perhaps not whether the United States has strength, but how it intends to apply that strength, and whether the United States has vision beyond itself.
In light of the upcoming presidential election, the legacies of Presidents Truman, Kennedy and Reagan are more relevant than ever.
The 9/11 terror attacks were the result of some obvious lapses in intelligence, but what about the events that nearly caused a nuclear war 18 years earlier?
John Hinckley Jr., who was one inch away from killing President Ronald Reagan in a 1981 assassination attempt, has won his freedom.
Unlike other presidential wives, Nancy Reagan didn't testify before Congress about health care, celebrate controversial Supreme Court decisions or sit in on Cabinet meetings.
The issue of immigration has come to the forefront of the 2016 election. While some Republican candidates, like Trump, have supported a hardline stance on the issue, others, like Bush and Rubio, have taken more moderate positions.