Topic: Foreign policy

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Maduro’s Win: A Bright Spot in Dark Times

The U.S. backing of Israel’s massacre of Palestinians and Donald Trump’s death threats to Kim Jong-Un prove that the United States’ imperialis...   [ continue reading...]

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Here Are Four Ways Fentanyl Could Radically Disrupt the Global Drug Trade

It's not just wreaking havoc on the streets of American cities. The synthetic opioid fentanyl isn't just killing American drug users by the thousands; it...   [ continue reading...]

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Rob Malley and Chris Hayes can’t talk about Adelson’s influence in scrapping Iran deal

Two leading figures on the American left, Rob Malley and Chris Hayes, cannot openly discuss the role of Israel in foreign policy-making, specifically Sheldon Ad...   [ continue reading...]

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Liberals, Year Zero

If we are faced with an implosion of liberal democracy – as I believe – then the challenge we face is...   [ continue reading...]

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Republicans Are Helping Trump Attack Democratic Principles to 'Save The President’s Skin': Foreign Policy Expert

“They’re orchestrating a political campaign to politicize the rule of law in America." An international politics expert who studies authoritar...   [ continue reading...]

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Republicans Celebrate After They Endangered the Life of US Intelligence Source

The source was named in multiple news outlets. Last week, Donald Trump appointee and FBI Director Christopher Wray warned againstrevealing the name o...   [ continue reading...]

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The fading appeal of soft power

Recent strategic decisions indicate a post-normative turn in India’s foreign policy   [ continue reading...]

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How Mohammed bin Salman Has Transformed Saudi Arabia

Rosie Bsheer In just a few years, the crown prince has seized unprecedented power and wealth, imposed brutal repression to silence critics, and furthered a rec...   [ continue reading...]

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Malala, and Now Sabika: Pakistani Girl's Death in Texas Should Prompt Reflection on Gun Violence

One of the 10 victims in the Santa Fe High School shooting was Sabika Sheikh, an exchange student from Pakistan. She was due to return to her home country in Ju...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump Got Manipulated into Supporting Koreas' Reconciliation — And That's Not Necessarily a Bad Thing

The president didn't realize he was being used as a pawn in a potential peace process that had nothing to do with him. When, in early March, Donald Trump...   [ continue reading...]

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Haspel Is Not the Problem. The CIA Is the Problem.

As a general rule, when Dick Cheney favors a foreign policy position it’s best to be on the opposite side if you value liberty over war and authoritariani...   [ continue reading...]

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Playing Trump for Peace How the Korean Peninsula Could Become a Bright Spot in a World Gone Mad

When, in early March, Donald Trump agreed to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the Washington foreign policy elite nearly suffered a collective heart attack...   [ continue reading...]

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Playing Trump for Peace: How the Korean Peninsula Could Become a Global Bright Spot

A man walks past a television news screen at a railway station in Seoul, South Korea, showing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump on May 16, 2018....   [ continue reading...]

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White House Launches Incoherent Counterattack on Mueller Probe

Donald Trump and special counsel Robert S. Mueller III. (Photo: Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post via Getty Images; Win McNamee / Getty Images) Truthout won...   [ continue reading...]

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The Trump Crime Family's Grifts are Right in Front of Our Noses

The walls are closing in on the Trump family. Perhaps the oddest story from this long and depressing week – one that culminated in the 22nd school s...   [ continue reading...]

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Playing Trump for peace

When, in early March, Donald Trump agreed to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the Washington foreign policy elite nearly suffered a collective heart attack...   [ continue reading...]

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Tomgram: John Feffer, Korea's Two "Impossibles"

When, in early March, Donald Trump agreed to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the Washington foreign policy elite nearly suffered a collective heart attack...   [ continue reading...]

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Here's the #1 Factor Experts Say Accounts for High Number of Mass Shootings in the US

Welcome to the world of environmental criminology. Canadians are reputed to be polite. But that isn’t a very compelling argument for why the lone wo...   [ continue reading...]

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Here's Everything You Need to Know About Right-Wing Theory That FBI Planted Spy in Trump Campaign

The claim relies upon the testimony of a co-founder of Fusion GPS. In recent days, many on the right have pushed the claim that the FBI "infiltrated" Pres...   [ continue reading...]

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Is a Gullible Donald Trump Being Taken for a Ride by North Korea?

Experts on the challenge of North Korea diplomacy largely agree that Trump has put himself in a terrible position It seems like ages ago when politic...   [ continue reading...]

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