Foreign Policy

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South African leaders accuse U.S. of attempting regime change

By Onize Ohikere
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Africa | The secretary-general of South Africa’s ruling party has accused U.S. diplomats of stirring up a regime change in the country similar to the Arab Spring.

Exchanging hugs for human rights

By Angela Lu
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Persecution | Asian religious leaders chastise President Obama for cozying up to foreign leaders with a long history of human rights abuses

Japan’s prime minister: Make war, not love?

By Gary Bauman
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Japan | Is Japan on the brink of abandoning its 70-year-old renunciation of war? More than 30,000 protesters gathered outside Tokyo’s parliament building last…

Globe Trot: Primary voters take foreign policy fears to the polls

By Mindy Belz
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International | UNITED STATES: It’s Iowa Caucus Day in America, a good time to reflect on the changing views of voters, who now prioritize foreign policy and national…

Dollars for hostages

By Cal Thomas
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Iran | Every American should be glad that American hostages have been freed by the tyrannical Iranian regime and are being reunited with family, friends, and…

President Dangerfield

By D.C. Innes
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Foreign Policy | “I tell ya … I don’t get no respect.” — Comedian Rodney Dangerfield (1921–2004) Barack Obama is our President Dangerfield. In world politics, he gets…

Terrorists as 'tourists'

By Cal Thomas
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Terrorism | President Obama has put a new twist on the Islamic invasion now taking place across Europe and the United States. Speaking to reporters last week during his…

Past is prologue

By Mindy Belz
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Middle East | Doing war on the cheap has its price

Looking for Mr. Butterfield

By Mindy Belz
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Politics | Like Nixon’s taping devices, Hillary’s server should be the focus of investigators

Another meeting of unlike minds

By Cal Thomas
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Iran | When President Obama meets in Washington Nov. 9 with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, I would imagine Netanyahu’s main concern will be to find out…

Kerry questioned about religious freedom post

By J.C. Derrick
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Religious Liberty | State Department ignores congressional request, demotes religious freedom diplomats

Midday Roundup: 1,000-year flood engulfs parts of Carolinas

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Historic rains. Rain continues to fall in South Carolina today in what the governor is calling a once-in-1,000-years rainfall event. Floods have caused at…

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