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yesterday at 19:40.
Joe Biden paid his sixth and final visit to Ukraine today. Reread about what the vice president's support has meant for Kiev and how its leaders are preparing for a new administration.
What Will Ukraine Do Without Uncle Joe?
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yesterday at 20:01
The question is: what will pro-Nazis oligarchical Ukraine (the poorest country in Europe since 2013) will do without Uncle Joe? Anymore thank you Joe for new Somalia with illegal smuggling of weapons in Europe.
Marcelo de la Mora
yesterday at 19:40
Ukraine 🇺🇦 shouldn't have helped the Clintons…
yesterday at 18:30.
Why does Trump's commitment to NATO matter? Look no further than this interactive map showing the high-stakes missile standoff between the Atlantic Alliance and Russia.
This Interactive Map Shows the High Stakes Missile Stand-Off Between NATO and Russia
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yesterday at 18:47
I just don't even understand the relentless opposition amTrump has. Do you think your average Trump supporter wakes up in the morning, looks out the window and shakes his fist cursing NATO under his breath?
yesterday at 19:58
This is the problem when people in power (a) don't understand the complexities of things, (b) think they know all they need to know already, and (c) don't care about the consequences.
yesterday at 18:32
This looks difficult. We need people with "good brains" for this type of stuff
yesterday at 17:49.
Populism is turning back the clock on human rights, argues Kenneth Roth of Human Rights Watch.
We Are on the Verge of Darkness
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yesterday at 17:57
What you call "darkness" is the only way to preserve democracy, progress and sovereignty in the West, under the threat of mass-immigration and uncontrolled liberalism and capitalism
yesterday at 18:43
I suspect that Ken Roth and HRW have made human rights so ideological and perfect, it is too precious for most people, especially those humans who embrace their flaws, to access it. Indeed, this arrogance exposes the human rights ideology as hypocritical instead of Obama's more reasonable articulation of American goals: strive for the more perfect union, rather than denigrating any step toward progress as insufficient.
yesterday at 18:17
It only took me reading a few important paragraphs in this article and skimming the rest to see what sophistic claptrap this is. Hey, Foreign Policy! The real threat to human rights and democracy is from massive importation of thirdworlders who have no history of living under liberal constitutional republicanism and as such in large numbers don't share those values. Replace the population that holds those values and you abolish those values. Use your brains idiots!
yesterday at 17:10.
Could mutinous soldiers bring down Africa's highest-flying economy?
The Real Cost of Ivory Coast’s Military Mutiny
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yesterday at 16:39.
For all his promises — and a Nobel Peace Prize — Barack Obama delivered more hope than change, argues Kenneth Roth of Human Rights Watch.
Barack Obama’s Shaky Legacy on Human Rights
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yesterday at 16:05.
Trump's new trade guru may have the legal chops to win concessions from China without sparking a trade war.
Trump’s New Trade Guru May Actually Be the Adult in the Room
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yesterday at 15:20.
Moscow and Ankara have pivoted from foes to friends, and are now winning the war in Syria. Will Donald Trump join the party?
Putin and Erdogan’s Marriage of Convenience
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yesterday at 15:27
The question to be asked that impacts the USA and the world is what if after Obama's miserable "red line" comment and years of conflict with refugees everywhere that a Russian-Turkish solution for Syria works???? Balance of Power and what goes with it are as important as ever contrary to the lies told by Obama and his supporters so it is time for Americans and their leaders to start making hard choices and do it.
yesterday at 19:36
That s diplomacy
yesterday at 17:10
That's great to cease the lasting war.
yesterday at 14:14.
Abdullah al-Fakharany just wanted to tell the truth about the Sisi government’s violent crackdown on civilians. It got him life in prison.
The Most Dangerous Job in Journalism Is Just Being a Reporter in Egypt
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yesterday at 15:13
He should shut up and keep quite and stop spreading lies..he lives in paradise.. and still complains..some people are terrible!
yesterday at 15:17
Money talks Kristen Chick, why not to say clearly he's a member of the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organization?!!!. The article missed also that it's illegal to spread lies even though you are a reporter!!!!. No impunity.
yesterday at 15:50
One of the most dangerous jobs if you're working in conflict zones and the sorts.
yesterday at 13:24.
Donald Trump's foreign-policy approach is explicitly anti-strategic.
The latest from FP's Micah Zenko.
Trump Is Going to Regret Not Having a Grand Strategy
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yesterday at 15:26
déjenlo gobernar y después critiquen, hubo presidentes estadounisenses que hablaban lindo de la boca para afuera,y después invadían paises con una cantidad de asesinados nunca vistos.....
Natasha Lorraine Victor
yesterday at 13:30
I was under the impression his strategy was to be 'everything to everyone'. He will soon realise that the job he has to do, is far more complex than he imagined...💭
yesterday at 19:25
Well, he can't very well promise anything until Putin gives him the approval, can he? Then of course, he'll need to be able to continue to throw tantrums at the slightest percieved offence, then take his toys and leave. Never lose sight of the fact that we're now being governed by an bratty toddler who's been spared the rod for far too long. These are troubling times, indeed.
yesterday at 00:34.
Breitbart plans to expand in Germany. But it’s not yet clear that the company's brand of disruption is something the majority of Germans will want.
Blitzkrieg: Breitbart Invades Germany!
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yesterday at 00:38
Good luck. Breitbart and their followers are horrific.
yesterday at 00:49
Like bringing back Goebbels.
yesterday at 01:09
Those nazis of course would want to be in Germany.
01/15/2017 at 22:05.
Now, more than ever, there is a need for the truth -- and it will take patience and rigor to get to it.
The latest from FP's David Rothkopf.
There Is a Cure for Fake News and Dangerous Leaders
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01/15/2017 at 22:07
Trump will not be able to act as Commander-in-Chief and anyhow - he won't be around for long. If republicans are worth anything in the US they will not allow a nut house to not act in an appropriate way regarding government responsibility. It's clear for everyone to see, rhatcTrump doesn't care wether a person is fit and proper for a position. That attitude combined with his approval of Putin as the man behind making Russia into a Kleptocracy makes Trump fit to rule! Period!
Luiz Alberto Luz Almeida
01/15/2017 at 22:08
The era of robotic Keynesianism has arrived. People will be hired to think they are working, when in fact the robot will do 95% of all service. Then there will be the payment of the salary so that there is consumption and tax collection. Or they will have to invent another model of public accounting.
01/15/2017 at 22:53
Responsible, accurate, and proven journalism. What not one wants to do anymore. Like FP.
01/15/2017 at 20:00.
As Trump looks to forge a closer relationship with Vladimir Putin, here's a look back at how another U.S.-Russia duo went from bromance to broken.
The Seduction of George W. Bush
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01/15/2017 at 21:10
That is because Bush treated Putin as an equal. Trump is the president of the Vladimir Putin fan club.
01/15/2017 at 18:00.
President-elect Donald Trump's dangerous views on the safety of vaccines threaten the lives of millions of Americans.
The latest from FP's Laurie Garrett.
Donald Trump and the Anti-Vaxxer Conspiracy Theorists
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Duane A. Webb
01/15/2017 at 21:31
The 'safety' of introducing a retro-virus into a perfectly healthy host that has never needed it? Vaccine fanatics need to keep their laboratory creations out of the human gene pool.
01/15/2017 at 18:06
Does anyone else think about Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six (the novel) when you read about this kind of thing?
01/15/2017 at 18:01
Don't worry, the pharmaceutical companies won't allow this.
01/15/2017 at 16:25.
China's "One Road, One Belt" initiative looks good on paper, but could become a costly mess on the ground.
China’s New Silk Road Is Getting Muddy
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01/15/2017 at 17:16
They are working to explore the markets for their goods in short term and make the recipients as political colony in long term.
01/15/2017 at 16:26
The usefull word is "could"
01/15/2017 at 17:53
= the real Internet of Things / ET3 / ET3 Global Alliance / Space Travel On Earth
01/15/2017 at 15:10.
For 100 years, the United States has championed democracies around the world. Trump is about to undo this pillar of American foreign policy.
The latest from FP's James Traub.
Donald Trump: Making the World Safe for Dictators
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01/15/2017 at 15:40
This is ridiculous. America has been propping up dictators at the expense of democratically elected leaders - in the Middle East and Africa especially - for decades.
01/15/2017 at 15:23
Wait, the middle east dictators were Democrats? Since when? America, as with the rest of the world has looked or rather tried to look after their own interests..Doubt we should have a rosy view of American FP just because this Buffon is going to manage it now
01/15/2017 at 16:09
In 1946 the Vietnamese were denied a vote and returned to French control by US. 1956 Persia fledgling democratically elected government overthrown by joint British/US operation and Shah reinstated with more powers. 1973 Chile Nixon approves assassination democratically elected president Allende. Nicaragua's elected government overthrown by US trained and armed CONTRAs in the 80s... I could go on but it's odd to think promoting democracy is a cornerstone of US foreign policy given the historical record.
01/15/2017 at 14:00.
While Donald Trump rages at China and Iran, there’s a looming disaster a lot closer to home:
Venezuela’s Meltdown Could Be Trump’s First Nightmare, Too
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yesterday at 00:02
The US needs to completely avoid Venezuela. Completely. It's been very sad what that government has done, and it's going to get even more sad what that government is getting ready to do to their own citizens to try to stay in power. But their citizens voted them in, and there's nothing the US can do to fix it.
01/15/2017 at 14:54
The only interest Venezuela would be is a case study for increased funding and support for the School of the Americas and what happens when the Monroe Doctrine is forgotten and left to languish.
01/15/2017 at 14:52
Trump won't have to worry. Venezuela is already in chaos, whatever happens there in the future will not be worse than it is today.
It's hard to further destroy something that is already in ruins.
01/15/2017 at 00:35.
Back in July, Mark Galeotti argued that the Kremlin's hacking gambit would backfire. Did Moscow bite off more than it can chew?
Why Putin’s DNC Hack Will Backfire
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01/15/2017 at 10:04
Man, I like the article, but is bordering a dangerous notion: that the hack of DNC, being wrong and imoral as a method, automatically disqualifies the findings: that Democratic primary process was a theater play. Let's not confuse these things. Is not about Putin the monster and Clinton the white-snow victim. The only victim in this was a collective noun, the Americans. All other characters, be them Trump, Clinton or Putin are the same pack, really.
01/15/2017 at 02:04
After watching nominee after nominee of Donald Trump appear before the Senate committees and slam Putin and Russia, I am sure Putin is wondering why he backed Trump. The Republican Party, as a rule, is a hawk when it comes to Russia!
01/15/2017 at 13:10
No. The seeming Cold War hawkishness of the GOP was always just a smoke screen for its regressive labor policies. This, combined with the trump card, anti-Muslim xenophobia, made it easy to leave pseudo hawkishness on a dime. It not so much a radical pivot as an open acknowledgement that the war on terror works better when it come to manipulating people.
01/14/2017 at 22:05.
Richard N. Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, and FP's David Rothkopf discuss the fragility of the international order.
It’s the End of the World as We Know It
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01/15/2017 at 05:06
When is David gonna tell us what he spoke to Clinton in the clandestine meeting she organised to groom the media in hopes of good pre-election coverage? Did he get bribed? Did he offer bribe? Did he support Trump? Did he tell her to be fair on Israel? Did he warn her of Russian hacks?
01/15/2017 at 00:44
This has been the 'new' course since, Greece-Rome...
Ryan Horbaychuk Millette
01/14/2017 at 22:14
..."And I don't feel fine".
01/14/2017 at 19:59.
Moscow didn’t do anything in America’s last election that Washington hasn’t done elsewhere in the world.
The latest from FP's Stephen Walt.
Stealing Elections Is All in the Game
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01/14/2017 at 20:51
The article focus is misguided. We all know that everybody (inluding USA) spies and tries to sway elections and public opinion at all times. The issue at hand is not what Russia did, but the state of denial the Republican establishment and DT supporters are in.
Gjermund E. Jansen
01/14/2017 at 22:17
True the articles focus is misguided. Russia ttrying so blatantly, directly and extensively to meddle into the elections of a main adversary is something new. And even if it is done by others before, does that make it right? Seems as if the title implies that Moscow is in its fullest right to meddle into US elections because it is done before. Not a very good argument in my opinion.
01/15/2017 at 13:39
Mr. Walt, these open and blatant cybersecurity attacks against our democratic system are far from "business as usual" and it is pretty disgusting that you would normalize this behavior from Russia and the GOP. Honestly!
01/14/2017 at 18:00.
His remarks about preventing Chinese island-building prompted a subtle threat of war.
Is Tillerson Willing to Go to War Over the South China Sea?
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01/14/2017 at 21:23
The US can easily blockade China in the Malacca Strait with its naval base in Singapore. It is foolish to call for a shooting war in the South China Sea. Trump's war morons talk could only devastate world peace and economy.
Ali Meschi Amoli
01/15/2017 at 12:51
Chine's island building is illegal but who gives the US any right to deny Chinese access to that part of the sea? US actions would most certainly be itself illegal as any action should be permitted through the UN and Russia and China would veto it.
Just say I won't allow them because I can, not the BS that it is legal!
01/15/2017 at 12:45
Trump's incoming Secretary of State compared the islands' construction and the deployment of military assets by China in the South China Sea to the annexation of Crimea by Russia in 2014 and even though his statement could not be considered as the policy of Trump Administration, it provides the latest signal to Beijing of the uncertainty that lies ahead.