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Britain, Germany and France are all posting signs of dissent in the West.
President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address slighted foreign policy in favor of touting domestic progress and proposing new domestic initiatives. But there were some foreign policy highlights worth underlining.
Wikileaks has released a government assessment of drone strikes aimed at assassinating top leaders.
The U.S. sanctions on Cuba were justified by their supporters with reference to the Communist government’s human rights record. That record, bad as it is, however, cannot explain the sanctions.
It is not surprising that the GOP gained control of the Senate, but how will the change affect foreign policy?
The U.S. State Department became a little testy with Israel on Sunday over the sixth school shelling by the Israeli military.
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The South American country was planning to spend $4 billion on 36 fighter jets for its air force in a contract promised to the U.S. Now, President Dilma Rousseff seems to be having second thoughts.
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