Tag: foreign policy

Republican Senators at Embassy opening (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)

Democrats Are a No-Show for Jerusalem Embassy Move

Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX), Dean Heller (R-NV), Lindsey Graham (R-SC), and Mike Lee (R-UT) made the trip, along with ten Republican U.S. Representatives — but not one Democrat joined the U.S. delegation for the embassy event.

Syria attack (Matthew Daniels / U.S. Navy / Getty)

Caroline Glick: 5 Key Points About the U.S.-Led Syria Strike

The United States, United Kingdom, and France joined in a combined operation on April 14 that used “precision” strikes against Syria’s chemical weapons infrastructure. The following are key points about the raid.

Lebanese Armed Forces (Anwar Amro / AFP / Getty)

Caroline Glick: Trump’s Urgent Lebanon Problem

Like the Obama administration, the Trump administration foolishly insists that the LAF and the Lebanese government are independent institutions, and that the U.S. supports both as a counterweight to Hezbollah.

While some say removing term limits will allow Xi Jinping to push through key reforms, there are fears about one-man rule, with the horrors of Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution and Great Leap Forward still remembered by many in China

Steven Mosher: China Pushes Race-Based ‘Narcissistic Nationalism’

The Chinese state deploys “ethnic-based” and “racial-based” nationalistic messaging to its subjects, said bestselling author and Asia expert Steven Mosher in a Wednesday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large Rebecca Mansour.

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NeverTrump New York Times Columnist: Trump’s Foreign Policy Is Winning

New York Times resident conservative columnist Ross Douthat, who was a “NeverTrump” pundit during the 2016 election, has acknowledged President Donald Trump’s success in defeating the so-called “Islamic State” — and says Trump deserves credit for his foreign policy overall.

Kim Jong-Un (STR / AFP / Getty)

North Korea Crosses Donald Trump’s ‘Red Line’

President Donald Trump famously enforced the “red line” against Syria’s use of chemical weapons that President Barack Obama would not. Now he faces his own challenge, as North Korea has crossed all of his own “red lines.”

Kim Trump (Jung Yeon-je / AFP / Getty)

Winning: North Korea Backs Down from Guam Threat

North Korea backed down Monday from a threat to fire missiles at the U.S. territory of Guam, according to a North Korean state media report cited by the Wall Street Journal.