A float depicting U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un parades during the Nice carnival, Feb. 17, 2018, in Nice, southeastern France. The Carnival celebrates this year the "King of Space." Claude Paris | AP
A New World Order

How the US Came to Adopt a ‘Me First’ Foreign Policy

The bitter reality is that U.S. foreign policy has no definable objective other than blocking the initiatives of others because they stand in the way of the further expansion of U.S. global interests.

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Can Europe Defend Itself And Iran From U.S. Sanctions?

The US and Europe have been drifting apart for years. Nowhere is this clearer than in the disagreement between the United States and Europe over the fate of the Iran nuclear deal.

Can Europe Defend Itself And Iran From U.S. Sanctions?

In an op-ed published last week in the German newspaper Handelsblatt, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas declared that the “the US and Europe have been drifting apart for years.” Nowhere is this

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China’s Crackdown Turkic Muslims Could Be It’s Achilles Heel

China’s campaign in Xinjiang is effectively enabled by the silence, driven primarily by a desire of governments, many of which are deeply indebted to China, to preserve economic relations, and allows it to largely ignore criticism by Western nations, human rights groups as well as the Uyghur Diaspora.

China’s Crackdown Turkic Muslims Could Be It’s Achilles Heel

A list of 26 predominantly Muslim countries considered sensitive by China reflects Chinese concerns that they could reinforce religious sentiment among the People’s Republic’s Turkic Muslim population with potentially far-reaching consequences if the Islamic world were to take it to task for its crackdown in Xinjiang,

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