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Greenland’s Rare-Earth Election

Greenland’s Rare-Earth Election

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: Greenland votes in key legislative elections, “indirect” U.S.-Iran talks begin in Vienna, and EU leaders travel to Turkey. If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up .Greenland’s Big Little ElectionVoters in Greenland head to the polls today in legislative elections with uncharacteristically critical geopolitical implications.At issue is a decision on whether to follow through on a rare-earth and uranium mine that would greatly boost the island’s economy. As in Foreign Policy in March, the mine already caused...

Apr 6
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In Message to Iran, Biden Bombs Syria

In Message to Iran, Biden Bombs Syria

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: Biden directs air strikes on Iran-backed militia targets in Syria, Armenia rocked by coup allegations, and the Netherlands votes to recognize genocide against Uyghurs.Have tips or feedback? Hit reply to this email to let me know your thoughts.Biden Targets Iran-backed Militias In SyriaU.S. President Joe Biden made the first major military move of his presidency when he in Syria on a held by Iran-backed militias who are believed to be responsible for recent attacks on U.S. targets across the border in Iraq.In bombing the war-torn country within weeks of...

Feb 26
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Biden Puts White House on Climate War Footing

Biden Puts White House on Climate War Footing

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry joins the incoming Biden administration as climate envoy, Saudi Arabia denies meeting between Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and former Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn condemns the international community’s approach to the Tigray conflict in Foreign Policy.If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up .Kerry’s Return Signals Coming War on Climate Change           Biden’s technocratic choices for his cabinet...

Nov 24
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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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‘The Tea Leaves Suggest That if He Doesn’t Cheat, He’s Going to Lose’

‘The Tea Leaves Suggest That if He Doesn’t Cheat, He’s Going to Lose’

On Thursday morning, minutes after news broke of the worst quarterly economic collapse in U.S. history, U.S. President Donald Trump suggested delaying this year’s election.“With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history. It will be a great embarrassment to the USA. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote???” he .Trump has repeatedly railed against mail-in ballots—which is how he casts his votes—as an illegitimate form of voting, even though five states vote and another 29...

July 31, 2020
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Here’s How Biden’s Possible VP Picks Stack Up on Foreign Policy

Here’s How Biden’s Possible VP Picks Stack Up on Foreign Policy

Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice at the J Street 2018 National Conference in Washington on April 16, 2018.Susan RiceIf Biden picks Obama’s national security advisor as his running mate, Benghazi would hardly be her biggest vulnerability.U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris speaks to reporters after announcing her candidacy for president at Howard University in Washington on Jan. 21, 2019.Kamala HarrisSen. Elizabeth Warren questions Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 10, 2014.Elizabeth WarrenU.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth during a...

July 30, 2020
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More Evidence Shows White House Saw Pandemic Coming

More Evidence Shows White House Saw Pandemic Coming

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: Evidence builds of White House inaction on early coronavirus measures, OPEC secures historic agreement to cut oil production, and Israel’s parliament is in limbo.If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up .Did Trump Fail to Act on Early Coronavirus Warnings?The Trump administration failed to act on numerous signals from public health experts and White House advisors as the coronavirus reached the United States, leading to a delayed response and allowing the virus to spread, according to by the New York Times...

April 13, 2020
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U.S. Governors Defy Trump by Forming Regional Alliances

U.S. Governors Defy Trump by Forming Regional Alliances

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief:Ten U.S. states form alliances to coordinate reopening their economies while Trump asserts his “authority is total,” in Israel, Benny Gantz is granted a 48-hour extension to form a government, and the first U.S. active duty service member dies of COVID-19.We welcome your feedback at .U.S. Governors Form Alliances to Coordinate Reopening EconomiesTwo groups of governors on America’s east and west coasts declared they would form regional alliances to coordinate a reopening of their respective economies. Together the ten states represent approximately...

April 14, 2020
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U.S. Intelligence Says Coronavirus Isn’t Manmade. Trump Isn’t So Sure.

U.S. Intelligence Says Coronavirus Isn’t Manmade. Trump Isn’t So Sure.

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: The U.S. intelligence community says the coronavirus was not manmade, the Arab League condemns Israel’s annexation plans, and Russia’s prime minister is diagnosed with the coronavirus.If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up .U.S.-China Blame Game ContinuesThe Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the U.S. agency responsible for overseeing the sprawling U.S. intelligence network, on Thursday that it sees the coronavirus as a natural phenomenon. “The Intelligence Community … concurs with the wide...

May 1, 2020
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Powell Warns Central Banks Can't Stop Recessions on Their Own

Powell Warns Central Banks Can't Stop Recessions on Their Own

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell calls for more action to avert a deep recession, fears of a coronavirus return grow in Wuhan, and Niger mounts an anti-Boko Haram operation, killing 75 fighters.If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up .Fed Chair Calls Warns of Deep Recession Without More Stimulus From CongressOn Wednesday, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned that the U.S. Congress should use its power of the purse or risk plunging the United States into an even deeper recession. During...

May 14, 2020
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