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Marc Thiessen writes a twice-weekly column for The Post on foreign and domestic policy. He is a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and the former chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush. He is a Fox News contributor.
The United States has a major strategic interest in not allowing new Arctic sea lanes to fall under Russian or Chinese control.
There is nothing outrageous about Israel’s decision to bar entry to politicians who advocate its destruction.
He should use his leverage with China to save the city.
There is no difference between hatred of Israel and hated for Jews, says the director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.
A lesson for today's young Americans.
If Democrats want to play politics with mass murder, it works both ways.
The real debate will take place when Biden, Warren and Sanders share the stage.
The president should be championing the people of Baltimore rather than using their Democrat-created plight to attack one of his critics.
Pelosi gave her fellow Democrats a shot at making their case for impeachment, and it blew up in their faces.
Build the wall. But leave the Constitution alone.