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On June 23, the British people will vote to decide whether or not they should remain part of the European Union. Great Britain is — Read more
Over the past seven years, President Obama has repudiated the venerable foreign policy tradition embraced by virtually every American President since World War II. — Read more
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Co-hosted by the 21st Century Wilberforce InitiativeFractured and forgotten, communities of faith in northern and central Nigeria face not only systematic discrimination, but also significant — Read more
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What are the big foreign policy and defense issues on the Hill this year as they relate to Asia? Every year The Heritage Foundation’s — Read more
A group of state attorneys general are targeting companies and others whom they claim “mislead the public about the dangers of climate change.” With — Read more
A book eventDecades before the American Revolution, Benjamin Franklin lamented that English settlers were constantly fleeing over to the Indians – but Indians almost never — Read more
Taiwan’s meaningful participation in international organizations has long been an objective on both sides of the U.S.-Taiwan relationship. How well are they doing in — Read more
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