Jacob Heilbrunn

Jacob Heilbrunn is editor of The National Interest. He is also a columnist for Spectator USA. He was previously an editorial writer for the Los Angeles Times and a senior editor at The New Republic. He is the author of the book They Knew They Were Right: the Rise of the Neocons.

W. James Antle III

W. James Antle III is Editor of The American Conservative. He returned to TAC after managing a stable of reporters as Politics Editor at the Washington Examiner. A former Senior Writer at TAC, Antle also previously served as managing editor of the Daily Caller, editor of the Daily Caller News Foundation, and associate editor of the American Spectator. He is the author of Devouring Freedom: Can Big[…]

CNBC: Senate votes to end US support for Saudi-led Yemen conflict

The Senate passed a resolution Wednesday to end American support for a Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen in a challenge to President Donald Trump’s relationship with the oil-rich Saudi kingdom. The proposal passed by a 54-46 vote — short of the two-thirds majority the Senate would need to overcome Trump’s expected veto. The rare bipartisan[…]

April 2, 2019: The Future of War Powers conference

April 2, 2019: The Future of War Powers

Panel Discussion VideoRealism Applied in Afghanistan and Other Theaters Senate Panel VideoShould Congress End the War in Afghanistan? House Panel VideoThe Role of Congress in War Powers Confirmed Speakers Agenda Sponsors   Confirmed Speakers:   W. James Antle III Editor, The American Conservative The Honorable Andy Biggs (R-AZ) Robert L. Borosage Contributing Editor, The Nation[…]

UN Official on CNN.com: We're Running Out of Time and Money to Help the Children of Yemen

UN Official: We’re Running Out of Time and Money to Help the Children of Yemen

Mark Lowcock, United Nations undersecretary-general for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief coordinator, writes at CNN.com: Throughout 2018, despite one of the most dangerous and complex operational environments, some 254 international and national partners actively coordinated with the UN to provide even more people in Yemen with life-saving support. Together, we assist about 8 million people every[…]

Soldiers with a military coalition in Yemen backed by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates stand guard at a facility in the port city of Hodeida - Saleh Al-Obeidi AFP Getty Images

Politico: House Democrats to challenge Trump again on Yemen

House Democrats are renewing their push to cut off U.S. involvement in Yemen’s bloody civil war, teeing up a direct challenge to President Donald Trump’s foreign-policy agenda. Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) told POLITICO on Monday that he planned to reintroduce a War Powers resolution in the coming days, and the chairman of the House Foreign[…]