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China tightens grip on religious minorities ahead of Xi Jinping’s U.S. visit

By J.C. Derrick
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China | 
WASHINGTON—Human rights and religious practice are increasingly eroding in China, according to several witnesses who testified Thursday before the…

Turning Iran into a boa constrictor

By J.C. Derrick
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Iran | Lawmakers debate the effect of sanctions relief on Iran's ability to fund Middle East terror networks

Obama, you're no Ronald Reagan

By Cal Thomas
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Iran | At his press conference last Wednesday, our president of self-regard again linked himself with Ronald Reagan, seeking to equate his supposed success in…

Congress begins 60-day review of nuclear deal with Iran

By Evan Wilt
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Foreign Policy | The international nuclear agreement with Iran arrived in Washington on Monday for a 60-day congressional review, and the deal has already sparked heated…

The Iran deal: A moral failure

By Nate Madden
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Iran | Now that diplomats from around the world have reached a deal regarding Iran’s continuation of its nuclear enrichment efforts, many will lament the missed…

Iran deal finds few fans in Congress

By J.C. Derrick
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Iran | 
WASHINGTON—Members of both parties on Tuesday blasted preliminary details of a nuclear agreement between Iran and the United States, Great Britain,

Kenya cleans up ahead of Obama visit

By Moses Wasamu
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Kenya | NAIROBI,  Kenya—The Nairobi county government is spending the equivalent of about $500,000 to spruce up the city ahead of U.S. President Barack…

Cuban-Americans in Congress balk at embassy plans

By Katlyn Babyak
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Cuba | The U.S. State Department and the Cuban government declared Wednesday that they would re-establish embassies in Cuba and Washington, D.C., but President…

Repeating myself on an Iran nuclear deal

By Cal Thomas
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Iran | Am I allowed to repeat myself when it comes to the negotiations over the U.S.-Iran nuclear deal? Why not, since that is what Iran’s leaders are doing. They…

Midday Roundup: U.S., Cuba friends again after 54-year breakup

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Friends again. The United States and Cuba will formally restore diplomatic relations today, a historic move first announced in December. This morning, the…

Brazilian president mends fences with White House visit

By Katlyn Babyak
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South America | President Barack Obama has neglected relations with most Latin American countries, aside from Cuba, but this week he made strides to improve relations with…

Will NATO upgrades be enough to deter Russian aggression?

By Michael Cochrane
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Foreign Policy | The defense ministers of NATO’s 28 member countries met last week in Brussels to approve a range of upgrades to the alliance’s military capabilities. The…

 
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