Congress should get out of the business of arming extremists, and of prolonging the Syrian civil war.
It has been almost a year since widespread ethnic fighting began in South Sudan, the world’s newest country.
Tens of millions of Africans are being lifted out of poverty and into the world’s next great middle class.
Trade unlocks global opportunities for U.S. businesses and workers.
The prospect of peaceful diplomatic conflict resolution frustrates those like the MEK who thrive on global volatility.
It’s hard to see why some Europeans would want to risk a trade war with their transatlantic partner just now.
We need to take a look at the broader political picture on both sides of the Atlantic.
$3.1 billion in annual military aid and unconditional diplomatic support gives the U.S. an abundance of leverage with which to pressure Israel.
The European Parliament issued a Resolution to support consumer rights in the EU digital single market.
Tehran’s objective is clear – get the West to ease or remove the sanctions.