It’s particularly insidious that Goodlatte so deceptively blames the humanitarian crisis at America’s southwest border on the administration’s “lack of commitment to enforcing immigration laws.”
The dissidents have extensive contacts on the ground in Iran and are potential strategic assets for Washington and its allies against Tehran.
Afghanistan is building the capacity to exploit and market its resources to its own advantage.
The government of Azerbaijan is the main obstacle to peace.
Billions of dollars in commercial opportunities are in play in countries where the U.S. has tacitly decided to “under-represent” itself.
Reportedly the White House is seriously considering a go-it-alone approach regarding sanctions on Russia for its actions against Ukraine.
Seemingly the Sunni Arabs on both sides of the Iraqi-Syrian borders are convinced they can control the terrorists by first taking advantage of their reckless suicidal prowess to bring down the local authorities.
It is time to reorient our attention to stability and wealth creation in countries like El Salvador.
Iran’s illicit activity remains a serious concern for Washington, even as it negotiates a nuclear deal.
The U.S. billions sent to the region have made a two-state solution all but impossible and done nothing to protect Palestinian civilians.