Curt Mills is foreign-affairs reporter at the National Interest.
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The White House insists its hand isn’t being forced by a Schumer-backed Senate bill that would financially batter the Palestinian Authority.
The core concern is what possible White House civil war victor Steve Bannon thinks about Iran.
In comprehensively punishing Moscow, Washington risks further cleaving itself from senior European leadership.
The former South Carolina senator and Heritage chief is back with a new venture, just as national politics get even more wild; Republican divides on foreign policy are unlikely to escape his gaze.
The sudden, improbable rise of Jacob Rees-Mogg.
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