The twitter controversy denouncing Ilhan Omar as anti-Semitic can be better understood when looking at her other liberal foreign policy views.
The bill was introduced by a bipartisan group of lawmakers with pro-Israel bona fides.
The Senate passed the act in early August.
They said Pompeo had as a congressman been shown to “harbor animus towards American Muslims.”
The State Department’s budget request makes clear that Trump’s promise to cut aid was an empty threat.
Cuts to foreign aid laid out in the White House’s proposed 2018 budget could have a dramatic effect, advocates warn.
Leading thinkers on the left-right spectrum offer very different views and hopes for Trump’s first foreign trip.
The next President has an enormous mess to clean up and each candidate has a significant foreign-policy handicap, writes David Hazony.
When Yaakov Nagel, Israel’s acting national security adviser, was tasked with heading the Israeli team negotiating a new 10-year military aid package with the United States, Prime Minister Netanyahu set forth the guidelines: “If you reach $3.5 billion a year, you’ll get a gold medal,” Nagel recalled Wednesday, hours before signing the agreement in Washington. “If you get $3.3 billion you’ll get a silver medal; and if you get $3.1 billion you’ll get the bronze.”
A recent Black Lives Matter platform described Israel as “an apartheid state” committing “genocide,” drew fire from Jews across the spectrum. Does it really single out Israel? Here’s what you need to know: