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This weekend, the G20 nations meet at Buenos Aires. The most important issue will be America's use of trade policy, ostensibly to bring an end to China's unfair trade practices. Rather, it could mark a significant milestone in the cold war agains

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President Trump has taken to Twitter to announce he has decided to cancel his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the G-20 summit in Argentina, citing Russia's seizure of three Ukraine naval vessels.

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In this same week the New York Times asserted North Korea is engaged in a "great deception" over its nuclear forces, South Korean unification minister Cho Myoung Gyon is visiting the United States with plans to meet Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

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It's not often that US Government officials are honest when they talk about our foreign policy. The unprovoked 2003 attack on Iraq was called a "liberation." The 2011 US-led destruction of Libya was a "humanitarian intervention." And so on.

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At some time in the future, when officials in Washington and Tehran finally stop yelling at each other and start talking, they will ask themselves: "Why did we waste so much time hating each other?"

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Time to End the War in Afghanistan, 'Betrayal of American Soldiers and Marines' The following post is sponsored by the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy (CRFP).

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Was the assassination of JFK by Lee Harvey Oswald still getting as much media coverage three weeks after his death as it did that first week after Nov. 22, 1963? Not as I recall.

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Every year Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at the Valdai Economic Forum. And each year his talk is important. Putin isn't one to mince words on important issues.