Tag: foreign affairs

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Caroline Glick: Trump’s Iran Deal Decision Was a Masterstroke

Trump strengthened America’s real options for preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. He restored the balance of powers in America’s constitutional order. And he restored U.S. credibility internationally with America’s friends and foes alike.

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Pollak: Tucker Carlson’s Syria Challenge

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson challenged anyone supporting American military action in Syria to define what U.S. interests there might be. The answer is fairly simple.

US President Donald Trump and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman -- shown here at the White House in 2017 -- will meet there again on Tuesday

Rabbi Shmuley: Saudi Crown Prince Should Electrify the World by Recognizing Israel

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman came to Washington to meet President Donald Trump last week, and was lauded for many of the reforms he is undertaking in Saudi Arabia. Many of these, such as improving the rights of women, are commendable, but the country still has a long way to go in the area of human rights.

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CNN: Trump’s North Korea Policy Might Just Be Working

Former British ambassador to North Korea John Everard writes at CNN.com on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s assertive strategy towards the rogue nuclear power may have actually worked, despite domestic criticism.

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What Trump Has Achieved Through the (Not) #MuslimBan

As the tumult continues over President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting travel from terror-prone nations — what the left is calling, incorrectly, the “Muslim ban” — few seem to have noticed that Trump has made several strategic gains.

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Report: Trump to Announce U.S. Embassy Move to Jerusalem Monday

Numerous unconfirmed reports are circulating in the international media that President Donald Trump intends announcing Monday that he will relocate the U.S. embassy to Israel from the coastal city of Tel Aviv to the capital city of Jerusalem.

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Foreign Policy Clashes at GOP Debate on Economy

Tuesday evening’s GOP debate was billed as a discussion of the economy. And in the first hour, the Fox Business Network moderators kept the focus on wages, jobs, and taxes. But the most fascinating exchange came in the second hour, when questions about foreign policy produced freewheeling exchanges on foreign policy that covered nearly every perspective in the GOP, and which the moderators–to their credit–allowed to unfold relatively freely.

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Time Magazine Sells Glossy Cuba Travel Guide

Time has published a new special edition that will be at supermarket checkout counters and bookstores through Sep. 11: Inside the New Cuba: Discovering the Charm of a Once-Forbidden Island: The People, The Culture, The Paradise.

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Royce: Iran Deal Violates Congress’s Conditions

Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA), Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, reacted to the nuclear deal reached with Iran in Vienna on Tuesday morning by warning that the terms of the deal violated the conditions laid down by 367 members of Congress in a letter earlier this year.