Both parties stand to lose.
The diverse coalition of demonstrators that have taken to the streets is making it clear that the theocracy ruling Iran has no future.
Former foreign policy grandees Ben Rhodes and Sam Power defended their old boss’ legacy earlier this week, to conservative ire, as the White House weighs shuttering the Iran deal.
Tehran poses a threat to universal human values and to U.S. security.
A senior administration official indicated Tuesday that the president will pursue a hardline immigration agenda, even in the face of government shutdown.
And that's bad news for London.
Last year, the region of Catalonia in Spain declared independence. The government in Madrid came down hard. What's happened since then?
As China becomes more comfortable wielding power in its region and around the world, the United States must let go of concepts of accommodation or of “shaping China’s rise.”
If the Trump administration wants to succeed in brokering a peace deal, then the pattern of funding the Palestinians regardless of their intransigence and provocations must be broken.
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