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Mike Pompeo to Europe: Restore the Nation-State in the ‘Liberal’ International Order

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a speech to the German Marshall Fund in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday in which he defended President Donald Trump’s foreign policy, saying the president is reforming the “liberal international order” by restoring the role and responsibility of nation-states, and making America stronger.

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Blue State Blues: Trump Has the Saudis Where He Wants Them

President Donald Trump has endured blistering criticism from the media and from his political opponents in both parties over his statement earlier this week expressing support for Saudi Arabia, even in the wake of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. Rep.

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Caroline Glick: Trump’s Iran Deal Decision Was a Masterstroke

Trump strengthened America’s real options for preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. He restored the balance of powers in America’s constitutional order. And he restored U.S. credibility internationally with America’s friends and foes alike.

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Pollak: Tucker Carlson’s Syria Challenge

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson challenged anyone supporting American military action in Syria to define what U.S. interests there might be. The answer is fairly simple.

Public smiles, private problems as Saudi prince visits White House

Rabbi Shmuley: Saudi Crown Prince Should Electrify the World by Recognizing Israel

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman came to Washington to meet President Donald Trump last week, and was lauded for many of the reforms he is undertaking in Saudi Arabia. Many of these, such as improving the rights of women, are commendable, but the country still has a long way to go in the area of human rights.