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Will a Biden Foreign Policy Make a Difference for the World?
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Will a Biden Foreign Policy Make a Difference for the World?
September 17, 2020

From North Korea and NATO to withdrawing U.S. personnel from Syria, the Democrats and some members of his own party conspired to oppose any changes that might threaten the deeply entrenched agenda of the military-industrial-intelligence complex.

New Ambassador Attracts the Usual Enemies: Doug Macgregor Feels the Wrath of the Jewish Lobby
September 17, 2020

As is all too often the case in the United States, the loudest voices, like ADL, are generally the ones that Congress pays attention to.

New Ambassador Attracts the Usual Enemies: Doug Macgregor Feels the Wrath of the Jewish Lobby
World
What Exactly Connects the White House, Jerusalem, Belgrade and Pristina?
Security
What Exactly Connects the White House, Jerusalem, Belgrade and Pristina?
September 9, 2020

What do a Serb and a Kosovo Albanian say to each other now when parting? Next year in Jerusalem!

How Russia can help ease tensions in the Himalayas
September 7, 2020

Russia is the only country that can act as facilitator for any eventual Chinese-Indian rapprochement. Russian diplomacy has shown to be adept at sequestering the country’s respective relationships with India and China.

How Russia can help ease tensions in the Himalayas
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Espying Some Contours of Foreign Policy Amidst the Turmoil
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Espying Some Contours of Foreign Policy Amidst the Turmoil
September 7, 2020

Whereas the November election formerly had been perceived as a referendum on Trump, events have moved on.

VIDEO: Pompeo in Jerusalem
September 6, 2020

With few exceptions, Trump’s self flattery about his commitment to Israel is legit. But didn’t he get elected to be the most pro-American President ever? Watch the video and read more in the article by Philip Giraldi.

VIDEO: Pompeo in Jerusalem
Pompeo in Jerusalem: And the Walls Came Tumblin’ Down
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Pompeo in Jerusalem: And the Walls Came Tumblin’ Down
September 3, 2020

The United States of America has become the instigator and sustainer of a disproportionate share of global violence, Phil Giraldi writes.

Britain’s Shameful Denial of Justice from Kowtowing to U.S. Diplomatic Immunity
September 1, 2020

One year ago on August 27 British teenager Harry Dunn was killed by a reckless driver who crashed into his motorbike.

Britain’s Shameful Denial of Justice from Kowtowing to U.S. Diplomatic Immunity
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