Foreign Policy
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March 8th, 2021
Chinese Nationals in the US
When you consider what has happened in the United States in the last nine months, incredibly, it doesn’t even seem like our own nation anymore.
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March 3rd, 2021
biden on cnn
Thursday, in its first military action, the Biden Pentagon sent two U.S. F-15Es to strike targets of Kataib Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed Iraqi militia just inside the eastern border of Syria.
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January 29th, 2021
Graph - US Trade Imbalance
Former President Donald Trump was obsessed with the U.S. trade deficit when he entered the White House. In his mind a trade deficit meant a country was “losing” economically—and perhaps politically—and a trade surplus meant a country was “winning.” Most economists disagree.
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January 27th, 2021
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The top official in the European Union’s executive branch spoke out this week against Twitter’s decision to permanently ban former President Donald Trump’s account and called for increased international regulation of major tech firms.
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January 27th, 2021
World Economic Forum- The Davos Agenda
Last year, the World Economic Forum (“Davos”) announced that it was launching what it modestly referred to as the “Great Reset” initiative:
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January 8th, 2021
Joe Biden - Donald Trump, side-by-side
There are at least four Trump initiatives that Biden should retain, which would help the country, both domestically and internationally.
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January 4th, 2021
Joe Biden - Donald Trump, side-by-side
There are at least four Trump initiatives that Biden should retain, which would help the country, both domestically and internationally.
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December 28th, 2020
Retired General Lloyd Austin
While members of the House of Representatives usually do not have a say in confirming an incoming administration’s personnel, the Biden team’s decision to name Lloyd Austin as secretary of defense has given them a seat at the table.
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December 27th, 2020
Medical pros caring for COVID patient
When 2020 passes into the history books, it will carry more superlatives than a high school yearbook — and none of them good. Most deadly, hottest, most stressful, worst.
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December 22nd, 2020
xi-jinping-communist-party chairman
There was a time where there appeared to be a lot of hope for China and its relations with the West.  However, the current Chinese leadership has chosen a course so boldly and clearly, that, barring a major change in policy has put it on course for war with the West.
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