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Beijing is working stealthily to advance its agenda from within the United States.
Tillerson was against the move and now his department has to deal with the fallout worldwide.
The president is going to once again undermine his own drive to strike the ultimate deal in the Middle East. His contradictory policy can’t last forever.
Unlike the current White House occupant, Reagan believed in both hard power and diplomacy, and he spoke out on human rights.
Quietly the CIA director has been reaching out to see who might serve in his State Department
The Bush administration sought to end the use of cluster bombs by the U.S. military. The Trump administration is reversing course
By focusing on three shoplifters, Trump let Xi Jinping off the hook for imprisoning Americans and Chinese caught in his crackdown
The Russian president is doing the same thing in Ukraine that he did in Syria. Will the U.S. fall for it?
Mattis is trying to sell Turkey weapons before sanctions kick in. Trump has to make the call.
America should remove suspicions it will pull up stakes now that the Islamic State caliphate has fallen.