#ForeignPolicy

News | News

China Presents Biden with Four Demands

The Communist Chinese government, at a recent video conference, issued four demands to the Biden administration as a pre-condition for meaningful foreign relations engagement despite being in a wounded position after Trump-era sanctions. Wang Yi, the Chin

Politics | Op-Ed

Who Killed the Anti-War Democrats? - American Greatness

After three generations the anti-war tendency within America’s oldest political party has been thoroughly alienated from its leadership and rendered impotent.

Politics | Opinion

No, ‘Jewish Supremacism’ Does Not Define Israel

Earlier this month, the organization B’Tselem issued an eight-page paper that declares the Jewish state guilty of apartheid. It’s absurd.

Politics | Donald Trump

Trump Administration Finds Historic Success Rescuing American Hostages

Bryan Nerren spent seven months detained in an Indian prison, unsure if or when he would see his family again. 

"The experience was horrific, very difficult," said Nerren. "I was put in a cage, treated like the worst criminal in India."

Politics | Politics

Is this a Poison Pill for Biden on China? | The Black Sphere

President Trump continues acting presidential. And rightfully so, because he IS president. Thus, he remains relentless on China.

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Apple Lobbies Congress To Weaken Bill Banning Use Of Chinese Slaves To Make iPhones

Apple, a pioneer in the world of digital censorship and progressive virtue signalling, has dispatched a team of lobbyists to

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PUPPET: China’s Top Propaganda Paper Issues Orders to ‘Incoming Biden Administration’

The American mainstream news media may not want to touch the story about the Biden-China connection with a ten-foot poll,

News | Iran

Iran Finishes Moving First Batch of Advanced Centrifuges Underground

A satellite image shows Iran’s Natanz Nuclear Facility, in Isfahan, Iran, Oct. 21, 2020. Photo: Maxar Technologies / Handout via …

Politics | Politics

Henry Kissinger and the Self-Deluding Establishment

Henry Kissinger mislead the foreign policy establishment, but Ronald Reagan and now Donald Trump shook things up.

Politics | Opinion

Israel-Sudan Deal Seals Trump's Mideast Legacy

The U.S. president’s methods may be controversial, but a President Biden would need to respect the clout his predecessor has built in the region.

Politics | Politics

U.S.-Israeli delegation secretly visits Sudan - Axios

It set the stage for a possible announcement on "ending the state of belligerence" between the countries.

Politics | Donald Trump

Trump's Middle East Peace Deals Continue to Pay Dividends

We’re all used to seeing protesters hit the bricks when war breaks out. War is bad. It’s often unwise, or the end reached after a series of unfortunate events and poor choices. War is violent and kills people and gets things broken. It’s the kind of thing people tend to protest.

Politics | Opinion

What Bahrain’s deal with Israel really means

The Bahrain agreement with Israel is another important step in assembling a Washington-led coalition against a major strategic threat

News | International News

President Trump's Growing List of Foreign Policy Successes

It’s long past time for President Trump’s detractors to admit he has had quite a string of successes when it comes to foreign policy, and some are finally relenting.The Washington

Politics | Opinion

Why U.S.-Israel Security Cooperation Is A Win-Win

One of the few points of unbounded bipartisan agreement in Washington has for decades been that U.S.-Israel security cooperation is right, good, mutually beneficial, and worth every nickel spent on it. It is well–grounded in facts and has acknowledged ben

Politics | Op-Ed

HAMMER: Never Forget 9/11. But We Need To Rethink How We Fight Radical Islamic Jihad. | Daily Wire

Eighteen years ago today, in what would be the deadliest assault by a geopolitical foe on U.S. soil since the War of 1812, the global jihad struck the most lethal blow in the history of its wretched movement.

Politics | Iran

Victor Davis Hanson: We Hold All the Cards in the Showdown with Iran

In May 2018, the Donald Trump Administration withdrew the United States from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action with Iran, popularly known as the Iran nuclear deal.The United States then ramped up sanctions on the Iranian theocracy to try to ensure th

Politics | Politics

To Avoid War With Iran, Democrats and Europe Should Support Trump - Bloomberg

The regime’s leaders are the only ones who should be made to answer for Iran’s campaign of terror.

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US Drops Reference to ‘Israeli-Occupied’ Golan Heights in Annual Rights Report

The US State Department changed its usual description of the Golan Heights from “Israeli-occupied” to “Israeli-controlled” in an annual global human rights report released on Wednesday.

Politics | Politics

Ilhan Omar’s Big Lie | National Review

The Left distorts what happened in El Salvador in the 1980s.

Politics | Politics

Trump’s Foreign Policy Is Coming into Focus – American Greatness

Gradually, almost imperceptibly, the outline of a coherent Trump foreign policy is emerging and succeeding. The elements were to withdraw from the role as the default war-maker in the Middle East without creating a vacuum, render Russia less adversarial w

Politics | Opinion

U.S. is Taking an Axe to the "Peace Process." That’s Good. – Jewish Policy Center

The Trump administration has restored the United States to the position of honest broker – emphasis on “honest” – and taken a hatchet to a series of fantasies underlying the notion of an Israeli-Palestinian “peace process.”  

Politics | Politics

Donald Trump: "I don't want to be president" - entire 1987 CNN interview (Larry King Live)

In a September 2, 1987, interview with CNN's Larry King, Donald Trump says he has no interest in being president and explains why he took out an ad ripping t...

Politics | Hamas, Gaza & The Palestinian Authority

Has the US Stopped Palestinian Aid Payments?

The United States has halted aid to the Palestinian Authority (PA) until further review, i24News reports, two months after Congress passed the...

Politics | Politics

Trump Disavows Nuclear Deal and Denounces Iranian Leadership

Mr. Trump said he would ask Congress to establish “trigger points,” which could prompt the United States to reimpose sanctions on Iran if it crosses thresholds set by Congress.

Politics | Politics

‘He threw a fit’: Trump’s anger over Iran deal forced aides to scramble for a compromise

Trump ‘felt jammed’ by an earlier recommendation to sign off on a pact he loathes as an ‘embarrassment.’

Politics | Politics

Trump Recertifies Iran Nuclear Deal, but Only Reluctantly

After hours of debate, the president agreed to continue with an international agreement limiting Iran’s nuclear program that he had pledged to overhaul.

Politics | Politics

The slow death of the nuclear deal with North Korea

Bill Clinton said the deal would help draw North Korea into the global community.

Politics | Resources

Dispelling the Myth that Israel Is the Largest Beneficiary of US Military Aid

Many American detractors of Israel begin by citing that Israel receives the lion’s share of US military aid. The very suggestion conjures the demon of an all-powerful Israel lobby that has turned the US Congress into its pawn. But these figures, while r

Politics | Politics

Obama enrages Israel on way out the door

sraeli officials are furious with President Obama for allowing the U.N. to pass a resolution Friday demanding the Jewish state “immediately and completely cease all settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian territory, including East Jerusalem.”

Politics | Politics

Why Trump’s Call With Taiwan Could Be a Breakthrough

I’ve seen this kind of gambit before. Back then, nervous commentators missed the long term value of a president being a little unpredictable.

Politics | Interesting Links

Kerry: America Not at War with ISIS

Thursday on CNN in an interview with Elise Labott in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Secretary of State John Kerry said America is not at war with ISIS.

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Report: US halted transfer of Hellfire missiles to Israel

News: Shipment of aerial anti-armor missiles stopped after White House, State Department learned that IDF requested transfer directly from Pentagon without asking for their approval, according to Wall Street Journal report.