Foreign Policy

Roots of terror: What causes the hate?

In calling for a temporary ban on visas for Muslims desiring to enter the USA, Donald Trump stated that, as a Nation, we need to understand “what causes the hate?” before we can properly vet those within whose midst Islamic terrorists can openly...

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The Syria conflict fanned by Iran

Day by day Iran is expanding its involvement in the conflict raging onward in Syria. The Revolutionary Guards has now dispatched a conglomerate of more than 60,000 troops on the ground, consisting of 8,000...

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Trump's approach to North Korea bucks foreign policy elite

Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, is at it again, horrifying the U.S. foreign policy elite by saying that he would speak to Kim Jong Un, the erratic North Korean leader, to discuss North Korea’s nuclear program. For...

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Russia's sphere of influence needs to be stopped

 As Russia’s sphere of influence continues to grow in the Middle East and Europe, and the global fight against ISIS continues, no relationship has become more important for the safety and security in the world than the relationship between...

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Turkey: no friend of Israel or the United States

There is no reason to believe that Turkey’s facilitation of ISIS operations in the region, and its link to ISIS both economically and politically, will cease.

With Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu ...

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Global Magnitsky's power to protect

 

Like the endangered wildlife he helps protect, Congolese environmentalist Bantu Lukambo is being hunted. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, conservation is dangerous work because it threatens the interests of powerful groups....

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Amateur theatrics: An insult to Africa

Last week, I watched with dismay as two American diplomats walked out on the inaugural address of a respected African leader who continues to make a major contribution to our shared objectives in the region and who has been a steadfast ally in...

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