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Suspend US aid to Egypt: Column – USA TODAY

Telegraph.co.ukSuspend US aid to Egypt: ColumnUSA TODAYThe disbanding of the parliament, suspension of the constitution, arrest and detention of scores of Brotherhood leaders, shuttering of opposition media, and the imposition of a state of emergency and curfew laws set the legal clock back to the darkest ...In the Arab world, U.S. is low on leverageLas Vegas SunLittle the West could have done to … [Read more...]

Are North and South Korea Back in Business? – Council on Foreign Relations

Brisbane TimesAre North and South Korea Back in Business?Council on Foreign RelationsAfter threatening South Korea and the United States with preemptive nuclear strikes last spring, North Korea has tamped down its rhetoric and looks poised to reopen the Kaesong industrial complex, says Korea expert Marcus Noland. Closed unilaterally by … [Read more...]

US foreign policy debate heats up during Obama’s vacation – NBCNews.com

US foreign policy debate heats up during Obama's vacationNBCNews.commr. snowden 's being granted asylum in russia is a signal of incredibly bad relations between the united states and russia . >> reporter: senator john mccain argued that the president underestimated the russian counterpart. >> and i know they like to ... … [Read more...]

US foreign policy could lead to Third World War: Former Senate candidate – Press TV

Press TVUS foreign policy could lead to Third World War: Former Senate candidatePress TVUS foreign policy could lead to Third World War: Former Senate candidate. Wed Aug 7, 2013 6:25PM. Share | Email | Print. Former US Senate candidate Mark Dankof said that the “reckless foreign policy” of the United States could lead to a Third World War. … [Read more...]