Foreign Policy

US must reconsider approach to Iran

The month of March marked two occasions for the nation of Iran, where I was born. March 21 is the Iranian New Year. And just as with the New Year here in America, I always try to celebrate the event with a sense of hope and a true belief that...

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Right to reject Abutelabi

The appointments of Abutelabi and Pour-Mohammedi stand in stark contrast to the public image that Rouhani has tried to project to the West.

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Up to Israel to salvage peace process

Current peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians are in jeopardy of collapsing after Israel reneged on its agreement to release Palestinian prisoners.

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Democracy assistance with hands tied

By allowing Cuban Americans to travel and to send remittances more freely to the island and permitting U.S. cultural and academic visitors to travel to the island, the U.S. reforms have fueled the growth of a nascent private sector on the communist island.

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Congress must stop hiding from immigration reform

Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), who is and has been an ardent opponent of legislation that would solve the crisis of our nation's broken immigration system, has written a letter to House GOP leadership arguing against attaching the ENLIST Act - a...

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Kerry’s—and Congress’s—valued partner in Morocco

Both the administration and Congress view Morocco as an equal partner, serious about moving ahead with reforms and dedicated to advancing regional economic progress, stability, and security based on strongly shared values and interests with the US.

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