Foreign Policy

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Wrong about Iran

By Cal Thomas
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Iran | In Geneva, Switzerland, the United States and other major powers appeared close to a deal with Iran to curb its nuclear program in exchange for lifting some…

Jonathan Pollard: The 'spy' still out in the cold

By Cal Thomas
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Foreign Policy | With all the spying the United States has been doing on foreign leaders, possibly including the pope, why is Jonathan Pollard, a former American civilian…

Egypt aid debate continues

By J.C. Derrick
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Egypt | Lawmakers grill Obama administration officials on the decision to cut military assistance

While the centrifuges spin

While the centrifuges spin

By Mindy Belz
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Iran | Iran says it wants to talk, but will it also listen?

Aid fade

By J.C. Derrick
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Egypt | The cutback in assistance to Egypt may reduce U.S. influence at a crucial time

U.S. ambassador for international religious freedom resigns

By Emily Belz
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Religious Liberty | Suzan Cook Johnson steps down after an unremarkable tenure

Syria’s chemical imbalance

By Jamie Dean
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Syria | Weapons inspectors rush in where aid workers cannot tread

U.S. delegation: Egyptian uprising ‘not a coup’

By J.C. Derrick
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Egypt | After meeting with Egyptian leaders, private delegation urges U.S. policy shift

The president’s flawed UN speech

By Cal Thomas
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UN | President Obama’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly in New York was flawed, displaying a type of moral equivalency that does not exist for…

No more on-the-job trainees in the White House

By D.C. Innes
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Politics | When Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson lauded hard work and freedom from government dependency recently on Fox and Friends , the hosts asked with exasperation,

Dodgy business

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Congress | Lawmakers join the president in avoiding decisive moves on foreign and domestic fronts

Near-unanimous House approves religious minorities special envoy

By J.C. Derrick
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Congress | WASHINGTON—In an age when bipartisan political agreement is nearly non-existent, the U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to…

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