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Trump Ally Nunes Seeks to Derail Key Bill Funding Intelligence Community

Trump Ally Nunes Seeks to Derail Key Bill Funding Intelligence Community

Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaThe president is pushing against a law that digital rights groups say protect social media firms.Latest12345Voices

Dec 11
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In Break From Trump, Biden Opts for Experience, Expertise for Top National Security Jobs

In Break From Trump, Biden Opts for Experience, Expertise for Top National Security Jobs

This article is part of , Foreign Policy’s ongoing coverage of how U.S. President-elect Joe Biden builds a new White House administration—and what the new team’s policies might be.Avril Haines, Director of National Intelligence.Jake Sullivan, National Security Advisor.Linda Thomas-Greenfield, United Nations Ambassador.John Kerry, Climate Change Envoy.Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of Homeland Security.The Biden team’s announcements signal that they are plowing ahead with the transition process despite Trump’s refusal to concede his election loss. Trump, without ever presenting any evidence,...

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Biden’s Irish Roots Promise a New Kind of Special Relationship

Biden’s Irish Roots Promise a New Kind of Special Relationship

This article is part of , Foreign Policy’s ongoing coverage of how U.S. President-elect Joe Biden builds a new White House administration—and what the new team’s policies might be.Amy Mackinnon is a staff writer at Foreign Policy. Twitter: Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaLatest12345Voices

Nov 19
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Why Trump’s Elections Challenges Are Nothing Like Bush v. Gore

Why Trump’s Elections Challenges Are Nothing Like Bush v. Gore

This article is part of , FP’s round-the-clock coverage of the U.S. election results as they come in, with short dispatches from correspondents and analysts around the world. The page is free for all readers.,Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaLatest12345Voices

Nov 6
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Why Russia Keeps Poisoning People

Why Russia Keeps Poisoning People

Why does this keep happening?Does the Navalny case fit the pattern?Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaRussian security services appear to be increasingly targeting dissidents and renegade spies for death by poison.This is what happens when you don’t let your rivals out of the country to seek medical treatment after goons attack them.The former reformer is allegedly quite corrupt.Latest12345Voices

August 1, 2019
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The U.S. Is a Haven for Money Laundering. That Might Be About to Change.

The U.S. Is a Haven for Money Laundering. That Might Be About to Change.

Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaThe United States should get serious about ending slavery once and for all.Prosecuting money launderers is the best way to stamp out terrorism and corruption.BCCI was a kleptocratic institution whose influence reached the White House—and a model for today’s global crooks.Latest12345Voices

July 31, 2020
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Collapse of Kosovo Talks Amid Leader’s War Crimes Charges Are Rebuff for Trump

Collapse of Kosovo Talks Amid Leader’s War Crimes Charges Are Rebuff for Trump

DON'T LOSE ACCESS:Your IP access to ForeignPolicy.com will expire on June 15.To ensure uninterrupted reading, please contact Rachel Mines, sales director, at .Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaThe Trump administration is hosting Balkans leaders this week to culminate a peace process that’s gone wrong from the start.But the Serbian president says “we need more talks” with the former province, which insists that Belgrade recognize its independence.Ill-advised land swaps and population transfers won’t bring peace. They’re more likely to revive the bloodshed that plagued...

June 26, 2020
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‘In the Balkans, if You Neglect History, It Will Backfire’

‘In the Balkans, if You Neglect History, It Will Backfire’

Trending NowBy TaboolaMore from Foreign PolicyBy TaboolaPeace talks have fallen apart again in the Balkans—but Greece and Macedonia show the proper way forward.A political crisis encouraged by the United States threatens to worsen the coronavirus outbreak.But the Serbian president says “we need more talks” with the former province, which insists that Belgrade recognize its independence.Latest12345Voices

April 23, 2020
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