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Trump is not just a reversal of Obama's foreign policy. He makes it impossible for his successor to return to them.

Aaron David Miller served in the Middle East as a US State Department analyst, adviser and facilitator in Republican and Democratic governments and is the author of The End of Greatness: Why America Can (and Wants) Have Another Great President . Richard Sokolsky is currently a non-resident senior fellow of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. From 2005-2015, he was …

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US allow Americans to sue foreign companies for confiscation from Cuba

image copyright Reuters caption A hotel in downtown Havana The Trump administration has announced that Americans can sue foreign companies doing business in Cuba to confiscate property confiscated there from Americans. The move marks a sharp change in US policy towards Cuba and has been rejected by Canada and European countries threatened to sue. It is seen as an attempt …

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The US states that Iran forces a foreign terrorist organization

FILE – in this file photo from February 11, 2019, Iranian Revolutionary Guards members meet for a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Azadi or the Freedom, place in Tehran, Iran. The administration of President Donald Trump is preparing to call the Iranian Revolutionary Guard a "foreign terrorist organization." This is an unprecedented step that could …

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Libya Crisis: Foreign powers evacuate while riots worsen

Copyright EPA Caption Misrata forces arrived in Tripoli to defend them from rebel forces International powers have begun to evacuate personnel from Libya in a deteriorating security situation. The US Africa Command said it had mislaid a contingent of US troops, while India said it had evacuated peacekeepers to Tunisia. Rebels among themselves Gen Khalifa Haftar has advanced from the …

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The US expected to call IRGC a foreign terrorist organization

The designation decision, which is formally under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is becoming increasingly important as part of the White House's increasingly aggressive strategy towards Iran. Officials debate whether the designation has been made for several months. CNN reported in July 2018 that the government is considering doing so. A White House National Security Council spokesman declined to comment …

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No multi-user support, no penalties, foreign business, more

By Mikey Campbell Thursday, March 28, 2019, 16:28 PT (19:28 ET) While Apple News + and Apple TV + are at the center of Monday's "It & # 39; Apple's first foray into the credit industry – Apple Card – stole the show. Apple has painted the product in broad strokes on the stage and in his promotional material, but …

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Brain trauma US diplomats have suffered in Cuba, China could be the work of a hostile foreign government – 60 minutes

In the years 2016 and 17, 25 Americans, including CIA agents working in the US Embassy in Cuba, experienced severe brain injuries that, in addition to other persistent symptoms, led to visual impairment and memory loss. Now we learn that at least 15 American officials in China have suffered unexplained brain trauma shortly thereafter. The FBI is now investigating whether …

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China's new law on foreign investment may not be enough for a US trade agreement

Following increasing frustration on the part of foreign companies about their ability to compete fairly with Chinese companies, the US and China came under trade tensions last year. Under US President Donald Trump, the spade's rhetoric initially focused on the American trade deficit with China. This resulted in the application of customs duties on imported goods worth $ 250 billion …

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Washington Post: Dick Cheney Confronts Pence with Government Foreign Policy

In a private retreat on Saturday hosted by the American Enterprise Institute, Cheney expressed concern over Trump's comments against the North Atlantic Trade Organization and the surprise withdrawal of US troops from Syria, the Post reported. "I'm worried that the bottom line of such an approach is that we have an administration that resembles Barack Obama much more closely than …

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Dick Cheney told Mike Pence that he feared Trump's foreign policy had shades of Obama

Former Vice President Dick Cheney (19459004) and current Vice President Mike Pence hosted President Trump's foreign affairs weekend. At a private American Enterprise Institute event, Cheney said, "We find ourselves in a situation where our friends and allies around the world we depend on will not trust us," it says Written by the Washington Post. "I'm worried that the bottom …

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