Wendy Sherman

China Accuses U.S. of Creating ‘Imaginary Enemy’ During Wendy Sherman Visit

The Chinese government’s perspective on this week’s diplomatic visit by Deputy U.S. Secretary of State Wendy Sherman than the upbeat assessment of the State Department. Even as the Biden administration claimed Sherman had “frank and open” talks with her opposite number, State Councilor Wang Yi, Chinese media and officials derided her visit as pointless and futile.

In this photo provided by the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, left, and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi sit together in Tianjin, China, Monday, July 26, 2021. China came out swinging at high-level face-to-face talks with the United States on Monday, blaming the U.S. …

Iran Continues to Complain About U.S. Side of Nuclear Deal

The Iran nuclear deal has been in effect for nearly six months now. Amid an internal power struggle, Iran’s hardliners are seeking both to undermine international business dealings between the country’s so-called moderates and are urging President Hassan Rouhani to scrap the historic agreement altogether.

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EXCLUSIVE – Ed Royce: Obama Robbed the Iranian People

BEVERLY HILLS — Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) said the Obama Administration essentially robbed the Iranian people of their chance at freedom from the oppressive theocratic regime, citing a missed opportunity during the Islamic Republic’s 2009 presidential election.

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Obama’s Swindle: Congress Cut out of the Iran Deal

President Barack Obama’s announcement that he will approach the UN Security Council to approve the nuclear deal with Iran, and rescind past resolutions and international sanctions, before Congress approves the agreement, came as something of a surprise to many. When Congress passed Sen. Bob Corker’s Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, and President Obama signed it into law in May, the public understanding was that Congress would have the final say.

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