Foreign Policy

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Putin shrugs off sanctions threat as Crimean referendum nears

By Andrew Branch
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Ukraine | As Crimea prepares to vote Sunday on whether or not to secede from Ukraine and join Russia, Western diplomats are ramping up the rhetoric in an attempt to…

The Putin enigma

By D.C. Innes
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Russia | Even though Russian President Vladimir Putin has controlled his country for 15 years, we are still unclear on what sort of man he is. A newly inaugurated…

Illusion and reality in Ukraine

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Ukraine | While we were all minding our business, the “most serious foreign policy crisis in Europe of the 21st century” crashed upon us. It’s hard to disagree…

Pressuring the wrong country

By Cal Thomas
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Israel | The Obama administration is showing it can be tough on foreign policy. Unfortunately, that toughness is not directed at Russia and its incursion into Crimea,

Putin meets the press

By Jill Nelson
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Ukraine | The Russian president talks to reporters about invading Ukraine, while John Kerry meets government leaders in Kiev

The Russian bear is loose again

By D.C. Innes
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Ukraine | There are rumors of war in Crimea. Russia has 150,000 troops massed on Ukraine’s border, has forces controlling the strategic Black Sea port of Sevastopol…

Troubling priorities in Nigeria

By Jamie Dean
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Nigeria | U.S. government focuses on gay issues instead of terrorist attacks on Christians and other Nigerians

An interview with Ariel Sharon

By Cal Thomas
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Israel | Editor’s note: On Oct. 12, 2003, Cal Thomas interviewed former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, who died Saturday at age 85. In the interview posted

‘Hillary killed my son’

By J.C. Derrick
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Libya | Benghazi attack victim’s mother says an article in The New York Times is covering for Clinton

Religious freedom champion announces retirement

By J.C. Derrick
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Congress | Rep. Frank Wolf will leave Congress after three-plus decades

Kerry returns to congressional hot seat

By J.C. Derrick
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Iran | Lawmakers push back against nuclear deal with Iran as the secretary of state responds to criticism concerning imprisoned pastor

How to lose friends through foreign policy

By Marvin Olasky
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Foreign Policy | If presidents didn’t value ambassadorial appointments as payoffs for political favors, would we still have them? Two centuries ago, when communication…

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