You are here: HomeU.S. NewsForeign Policy

Foreign Policy

The United States should use tactical nuclear weapons if a preemptive strike is necessary to prevent Iran from producing a nuclear weapon, U.S. Rep. Duncan D. Hunter (R-Calif.) said this week in an interview on C-Span.

Tehran interprets nuclear agreement differently than White House; Top Democrats and GOP hostile to, or wary of, dangers it unleashes.

In an interview with ABC News, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) revealed the level of financial support of terror supplied by the U.S. military.

U.S. participation in the war in Afghanistan will be renewed for an indefinite period of time beyond 2024 if the draft of a new security agreement is accepted by Washington and Kabul.

As Libya continues its deadly spiral into lawlessness and bloodshed — most recently illustrated when Islamist militias gunned down protesters in the capital city of Tripoli last week, or when the “prime minister” was kidnapped last month — the Obama administration has a new plan to bring order out of chaos. After having handed the smoldering ruins of Libya to a gaggle of radical Islamists and al Qaeda-linked fanatics by helping oust and summarily execute despot Moammar Gadhafi, the U.S. government is now working to train Libyan “troops” and “security forces.” All of it will help the embattled Muslim Brotherhood-linked Islamic regime cement its loose grip on power as it enforces sharia law.

 

Sign up for The New American daily highlights