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.
In an effort to deprive the murderous dictatorship of the American money it needs to oppress its victims, President Donald Trump reversed some of the Obama administration's unilateral concessions to the “brutal” Communist Castro regime in Cuba. “With God’s help,” Trump said, a “free Cuba” will soon be achieved. The president's speech and his new policies following through on his campaign pledges were well received by the crowd in Miami, by Cuban dissidents worldwide, and by advocates of a free Cuba in Congress. However, despite the changes, some of Obama's pro-Castro policies remain in place, leading some Trump supporters to hope that this will not be the end of the new administration's efforts to reverse Obama's lifeline to the communist regime enslaving Cuba.
A U.S. F-18 Super Hornet shot down a Syrian government Su-22 after the Syrian plane allegedly dropped bombs near members of the U.S.-allied Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
The Senate on June 15 passed a bill originally aimed at imposing sanctions on Iran, but amended to include Russia, by a 98-2 vote — with Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) being the only two dissenting votes.
Defense Secretary James Mattis told Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) during Senate Armed Services Committee hearings, “We are not winning in Afghanistan right now.”
Unless there are some serious reforms to what has become a “haven for dictators,” top officials in the Trump administration signaled that the U.S. government may consider withdrawing yet again from the increasingly discredited United Nations Human Rights Council. The UN council has become a forum for helping tyrants and mass murderers whitewash their crimes, according to Trump's envoy to the UN, Nikki Haley. It has also eroded the legitimacy of human rights, Haley argued. On top of that, while unmentioned by the Trump administration, the discredited UN outfit has meddled in U.S. politics and regularly attacks the constitutionally protected liberties of Americans. And finally, U.S. officials blasted the systemic anti-Israel bias of the UN outfit, warning that it had to stop. While Haley did not commit either way, it would not be the first time the U.S. has pulled out of the UN agency.
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has successfully destroyed an ICBM fired from the Marshall Islands with another interceptor missile fired from California.
A bomb hidden inside a truck exploded near several embassies in Kabul, Afghanistan, on May 31, killing at least 80 people and wounding hundreds, which may prompt further U.S. intervention.