Israel’s annexation of Palestinian territory won’t trigger a disaster. But the aftermath will be toxic for the Jewish state.
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Whether it’s about trade or the coronavirus, it’s possible to be tough on China without being racist or reckless.
Whether he is cozying up to China or scapegoating it, Trump has consistently placed his personal political interests over those of the United States.
With Trump’s blessing, Israel is getting ready to annex large parts of the occupied West Bank as soon as July. Biden shouldn’t go along.
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The world needs to cooperate to beat the coronavirus pandemic. That includes you, President Trump.
Here’s why Trump’s latest gambit probably won’t settle the Israeli-Palestinian dispute.
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Economic measures can de-escalate tensions, but not if used crudely.
The ideological architects of one of the United States’ most disastrous foreign-policy decisions—the 2003 invasion of Iraq—are spinning a tale to support Trump’s most dangerous move to date.