If our nation does not develop its best talent, American prosperity, innovation and security will suffer in the long run.
The Left will not let facts or rudimentary morality get in the way of its preferred woke narrative.
Palestinians are now certain they will be rewarded, not punished, for their aggression.
"After what Beijing has done to Xinjiang, Tibet & Hong Kong, no sane person would believe it could take care of Taiwan's health needs or otherwise," Taiwan's foreign minister tweeted on Tuesday.
In a statement, G7 foreign ministers cast China as a bully and accused the nation of committing human rights violations.
For all of the old world's hand-wringing on President Trump's so-called disdain for multilateralism, the Trump administration helped elevate China-related issues within NATO and rallied democracies to protect their digital networks and supply chains from the CCP.
As President Joe Biden prepares to wave goodbye to his first 100-day stretch, those in the realist and restraint community are at least breathing a sigh of relief—things could be better, but they could also be worse.
Throughout the Cold War, the view of both parties was that "politics stops at the water's edge." No more.
Recent events highlight that the relationship between Presidents Erdogan and Putin is transactional, and that Washington and Ankara still share the same historic rival.
Any new deal must address all three elements of Tehran's illicit nuclear program: fissile materials, weaponization and the means of delivery.
"I think over the next four years we're going to see them sending money to the enemies of Israel and the enemies of America," the Texas senator said.
The strategic partnership arrangement has been under discussion since 2016.
Abbas's new NGO decree might trigger the Taylor Force Act, thus ruling out U.S. assistance.
Washington can be a very self-centered town.
Increasingly stringent environmental regulations coupled with offshoring to lower-cost producers have led to the atrophy of domestic mining and refining capacity.
Biden administration officials are fond of saying America is "back." This is true insofar as it means reverting to Obama-era policies.
The nation's longest-serving prime minister has lost ground and is on the ropes—but he could still surprise on March 23.
The days at hand belong to those nations that seize the moment.
The percentage of Americans who see China as the country's "greatest enemy" more than doubled since last year, a new Gallup poll finds.
A new Gallup poll has reported plummeting Republican belief that the U.S. is globally respected and satisfaction in the country's global role.