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“No collusion” between Trump-Russia: House intel committee Republicans announce end of investigation

“No collusion” between Trump-Russia: House intel committee Republicans announce end of investigation

ByShareRepublicans on the House Intelligence Committee have concluded their year-long investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Their key finding: Neither President Donald Trump nor anyone involved in his campaign colluded with Russia.“We’ve found no evidence of collusion,” (R-TX), the leader of the committee’s investigation, told reporters on Monday, adding that there was “perhaps some bad judgment, inappropriate meetings, inappropriate judgment at taking meetings,” but nothing that amounted to a coordinated and deliberate effort to work with Russians to win the White...

March 24, 2018
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Don’t expect the US and China to be friendly anytime soon

Don’t expect the US and China to be friendly anytime soon

US-China relations are in the gutter. Experts say Biden shouldn’t try to fix that.If the last week underscored anything, it’s that the US and China are unlikely to be friendly in the years to come.The two sides’ views of how the world should run are diametrically opposed — and competition more than cooperation will guide how Washington and Beijing interact for a long time.US Secretary of State told his Chinese counterparts at the meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, that the Biden administration wouldn’t accept an international system that runs on Beijing’s concept of power, which he described as...

Mar 23
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Tom Cotton’s big plan to "beat China," explained

Tom Cotton’s big plan to "beat China," explained

Cotton is urging economic warfare to send the Chinese Communist Party into the “ash heap of history.”Sen. Tom Cotton on Wednesday released perhaps the most detailed strategy by a prominent Republican lawmaker for long-term US-China competition — and it effectively calls for ending the economic relationship between the world’s two richest countries as we know it.The report — titled “” — outlines the Arkansas senator’s vision for how the US can outlast Beijing in a Cold War-like struggle. Cotton calls for Washington to sever many of its ties with Chinese industry and society while at the same...

Feb 19
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The best case against withdrawing all US troops from Afghanistan

The best case against withdrawing all US troops from Afghanistan

President Biden must decide by May 1 if the US will stay in or leave Afghanistan.This is a two-part series examining the arguments for and against withdrawing all US troops from Afghanistan by May. Read the case for the withdrawal .President Joe Biden has a big, looming decision to make by May 1: whether or not to withdraw all 2,500 US troops from Afghanistan and end America’s 20-year war in the country.Biden very broadly has two paths to choose from. He can abide by former , which would require all American service members to leave Afghanistan by that deadline. Or Biden can extend the US...

Mar 17
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White House signals support for replacing decades-long authorizations for military force

White House signals support for replacing decades-long authorizations for military force

The White House hopes this will help end the “forever wars.” Some critics aren’t so sure replacing the laws will.President Joe Biden is backing a new congressional effort to replace the legal authorizations that presidents since George W. Bush have relied on to conduct wars and counterterrorism operations in the Middle East and beyond — a signal that Biden is willing to curb his own extensive powers in the name of returning more war authority to Congress.Several past presidential administrations have relied on two authorizations for the use of military force — known as AUMFs — to carry out...

Mar 5
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Why Democrats are blasting Biden’s attack against Iranian proxies in Syria

Why Democrats are blasting Biden’s attack against Iranian proxies in Syria

It’s not clear that the president’s decision was legal.President Joe Biden is facing heat from fellow Democrats and law experts over his Thursday against targets in eastern Syria tied to Iranian-backed militias, namely because they say he had no real legal justification for the attack.The administration said the seven 500-pound bombs dropped on facilities two militias used to smuggle weapons were designed as a : Attack US troops in the region and you risk retaliation. Over the past , Iranian proxies have fired rockets at anti-ISIS coalition forces outside Erbil, Iraq — killing a Filipino...

Feb 26
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Police give grandmother warning after she had TEA with a neighbour

Police give grandmother warning after she had TEA with a neighbour

 Sunday, Mar 21st 2021| 3.2k A pensioner was given a police warning after she had a socially distanced cup of tea with her neighbours in their communal garden.Officers turned up at the 82-year-old’s sheltered housing complex home at 9.45pm to question her about the incident – after she’d settled into bed to watch television.They told her she had been reported for drinking tea outside with her neighbours, in breach of lockdown restrictions.Yesterday, her daughter Lesley Magovern, 56, said that she had been disgusted by the police action. ‘My mother heard a knock at the door and it was very...

Mar 18
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How will Biden handle China and Russia? Look at his calls with Xi and Putin.

How will Biden handle China and Russia? Look at his calls with Xi and Putin.

Biden won’t back down against major US adversaries — but he won’t just feud with them, either.President Joe Biden held his first call with Chinese leader Xi Jinping on February 10, and it was about as contentious as could be.According to the , Biden raised concerns over “Beijing’s coercive and unfair economic practices” as well as China’s “crackdown in Hong Kong, human rights abuses in Xinjiang, and increasingly assertive actions in the region, including toward Taiwan.”That’s about as tense as introductory calls get. Instead of the usual niceties, Biden used the occasion to let Xi know what...

Feb 11
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Joe Biden is already facing an ally problem

Joe Biden is already facing an ally problem

Biden’s biggest foreign policy challenge? Getting Europe on board.Alliances are the keystone of President agenda. Whether confronting China, curbing the coronavirus pandemic, or addressing climate change, Biden has repeatedly emphasized the critical importance of working with allies to tackle major global challenges.But the problem with keystones is that if they crumble, the rest of the structure falls with them. And less than a week into Biden’s presidency, the edifice is starting to shake. That’s because, on a number of prominent issues from China to Venezuela to trade, the United States...

Jan 26
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Biden’s stated rationale for extending America’s war in Afghanistan is weak

Biden’s stated rationale for extending America’s war in Afghanistan is weak

Biden said logistics were a key reason US troops might remain in Afghanistan beyond a May 1 deadline. Experts say that’s not the full story.President Joe Biden all but said during his on Thursday that the United States would likely extend its 20-year military campaign in Afghanistan for at least a few more months beyond the May 1 withdrawal deadline set by the Trump administration’s agreement with the Taliban.That’s his prerogative, of course. But some experts and advocates of withdrawing say his stated reason for keeping US troops in harm’s way for a while longer — that in terms of sheer...

Mar 26
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