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America Makes A List: Who Is with And Who Against Us

According to the State Department’s report, UN’s General Assembly voted on 98 resolutions in 2017. In 31% of those votes, the results went the way the United States voted, which is 10% less than in 2016. This is the 34th such annual report published by Washington. Top ten countries that voted the same as the… Keep Reading

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Mike Pompeo Officially Elected Secretary of State

Mike Pompeo is the new Secretary of state just like Donald Trump desired, and the confirmation comes from the Senate. Pompeo, who has been the director of the CIA, received support from 57 senators while 42 voted against him, this is the slimmest margin for this position in the recent history. The last nominee who… Keep Reading

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Israel and Iran May Confront in Syria, Warns Mattis

US Defense Secretary James Mattis has said that there is a possibility of military confrontation between Iranian and Israeli military forces on Syrian soil. The Israeli officials have arrived in Washington to discuss the matter, and Mattis was quick to warn the Congress of another military conflict in the Middle East. When he was asked… Keep Reading

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No Pomp and Ceremony for Trump’s Visit to London

The carriage procession up the Mall and the official banquet at the Buckingham Palace are two staples of highest-ranking foreign dignitaries visits to the UK, an honor awarded to many of the previous American presidents. However, Mr. Trump will be exempt from this, during his “working visit” to London in July. The long-awaited visit will… Keep Reading

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Trump Claims That NAFTA Talks Are Going Well

As high-levels meeting continue, President Trump seems pleased with the progress of the new NAFTA deal. Talking to the French President Macron, who is on an official visit to Washington, Mr. Trump said: “Nafta as you know is moving along. I could make a deal very quickly, but I’m not sure that’s in the best… Keep Reading

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USA Loses Credibility Due to Foreign Policy Double Standards

The American leaders are promoting their country as the example of how a country should behave in the world, but the reality is completely different. While the US has been overthrowing some repressive rulers, they have allowed the others to keep their positions and called them their friends and noble members of the Free World.… Keep Reading

Trump and Kim Meeting Marks Tipping Point

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un announced that he is putting the nuclear tests to halt ahead of the meeting with US President Donald Trump, thus shocking the entire world. Even Trump’s biggest critics might have to acknowledge that its tactics work. His “speak loudly and wave a big stick” foreign policy is definitely something to… Keep Reading

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