Leaders need to truly focus on the problem of extremism as a whole, not solely on the ISIS threat.
The Iranian nuclear program is an existential threat to Israel.
The bill doesn’t go nearly far enough to fix the porous southern border, nor reverse the Obama de facto amnesty regime.
America is a natural market and supplier for, and investment partner in, a dynamic India.
Such threats are more likely to push the Iranians to toughen their positions, not make them more pliant.
The world should take notice of the monumental investment the Egyptian people have made in their own country.
Leaders of the Cuban resistance movement have called the Obama administration’s “normalization” efforts “a betrayal.”
The indian government has done little to redress widespread and systematic violations.
Connecting the dots of Iranian aggression ought to be the context of press coverage on the sanctions battle between the White House and Capitol Hill.
A growing list of trade and investment barriers in India is threatening the future growth and development of two of the world’s most creative economies.