UN Ambassador Nikki Haley said that talks with China aimed at gaining China’s support for UN Security Council sanctions against North Korea are progressing.
A U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan’s southern province of Helmand killed at least 16 Afghan National Police (ANP) force members in a “friendly fire” incident on July 21, said Afghan and American officials.
A recently released Department of Defense risk assessment report shows that the “primacy” of the United States in the order of nations is in danger of collapse. The American empire — like others before it — is falling under its own bloated weight. Rather than suggesting a return to the roots of the American Republic as outlined in the Constitution, the report suggests expansions of force, surveillance, and propaganda to reinforce the crumbling empire.
Hawaii is formulating a plan for what a Honolulu newspaper describes as “the unlikely event that North Korea launches an intercontinental ballistic missile” at the island state.
President Trump has ended the CIA’s covert program to provide arms and supplies to Syrian rebel groups fighting the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
When he was running for president, Donald Trump roundly criticized the Iran nuclear deal of President Barack Obama. But regardless of whether it was a bad deal or a good deal, or whether the United States should even have been a party to the deal, there is no question that the Obama administration circumvented the U.S. Senate when signing onto it, nor is there any question that the U.S. president is required to periodically inform Congress about whether Iran is abiding by it. President Trump did this earlier this week when he certified — for the second time — that Iran is in compliance.
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency announced that our military has conducted a successful test of the THAAD, or Terminal High Altitude Area Defense anti-missile system.
The men in the fancy suits and the women in the expensive dresses at the recent G20 Summit may not look like campus radicals, but they often are just as much socialists as those overturning cars and smashing store windows outside the meeting.
Meeting with the leaders of Asian nations on the sidelines of the G20 economic summit at Hamburg, Germany, on July 8, President Trump condemned communist North Korea’s ongoing development of ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons.
In the way of foreign policy and noninterventionism, conservatives were hoping for something different from President Trump, other than unprovoked attacks on countries such as Syria.