Foreign/Defense Policy

Re-evaluating China is long overdue

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By Uldis Sprogis: It started with Nixon in 1972, opening up harmonious diplomatic relations with China, including a reduction of trade restrictions. Then, since President Reagan, the strategy was to integrate China into the…

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The Fallen Soldier

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From Prager University: Others have made the ultimate sacrifice so that you could be free. Remember them—today, and always. A moving tribute, written and narrated by former Navy SEAL and author Jocko Willink.

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Unbearable Truths About Our Current Political Moment

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Victor Davis Hanson again takes off the gloves — note this paragraph: China’s behavior follows years of patent and copyright theft, forced technological appropriation, dumping, currency manipulation, crackdowns on Hong Kong democracy, and sophisticated…

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The Era of Offshoring U.S. Jobs Is Over

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By Robert E. Lighthizer, the U.S. trade representative: The pandemic, and Trump’s trade policy, are accelerating a trend to bring manufacturing back to America. Some say crises don’t so much alter the course of…

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CIA Probed Over Role in Spygate Scandal

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From the Epoch Times — “Declassified With Gina Shakespeare”: In today’s episode, CIA Probed Over Role in Spygate Scandal. House Republicans are trying to find out more about the role the CIA played in…

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Report: American Companies Are Leaving China

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By Hank Berrien: The coronavirus COVID-19 that originated in China may be the last straw that finally has triggered American companies to exit China. In the Global manufacturing consulting firm Kearney’s seventh annual Reshoring…

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