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Montenegro

Newt Gingrich called Donald Trump’s servile performance alongside Vladimir Putin in Helsinki this week the “most serious mistake” of his presidency. Gingrich only had to...
Viktor Orban

The news that Hungary’s prime minister will visit Israel next week has sparked outrage from liberal Jews both in Israel and abroad. Opponents raise two...
iran

In a rare lucid moment in January 2016, then-Secretary of State John Kerry admitted that the Tehran regime would use some of the funds from...
Germany

The latest NATO summit got underway in Brussels this week, and President Trump brought all of his signature rhetorical subtlety to the Belgian capital. Off...
nato

Pro-Trump constituents in the press have a peculiar preoccupation with the president’s conservative critics. Specifically, they're concerned with the amount of credit Donald Trump receives...
Kim Jong-un

It wasn’t all that long ago that we were all on the same page when it came to North Korea. Time was not on our...
nord stream ii

Western Europe’s liberal powers like to lecture the poorer countries to their east on “European values” and “European solidarity.” But when it comes to the...
nikki haley

When UN Ambassador Nikki Haley announced America’s withdrawal from the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) last October, it was clear this was...
Canada

I have never been mistaken for a fan of Justin Trudeau, nor will I ever be so mistaken. On the whole, I agree with Ben...
Kim Jong-un

New York Times reporter Alex Burns seemed to approve of the “intellectual honesty” on display Monday night when Barack Obama’s former director of national intelligence,...
barack obama

Those in Barack Obama’s orbit were fond of commandeering the title of his second book, Audacity of Hope, and applying it to just about everything...
Iran

The full history of the Obama administration’s nuclear dealings with Iran has yet to be written, not least because many of the details remain shrouded...