Foreign Policy Journal

2020 Feb 14 - 7:11am
There is little hope that the pro-PA camp, as exemplified in the current political structure, can truly defeat the ‘Deal of the Century’. The post Breaking with Washington: Arabs and Muslims Must Take a Stance for Palestine appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: Uncategorized, 'Peace Process', donald trump, israel, Mahmoud Abbas, Palestine
2020 Feb 14 - 6:57am
In the coming days, new confirmed cases of the virus outbreak will continue to rise. Nevertheless, there may be some possible signs of steadying in China. The post Toward Virus Crossroads? appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: Asia Pacific, News & Analysis, junktag (ignore), Science, China, coronavirus
2020 Feb 14 - 6:47am
Both China and Japan are likely to enhance their physical presence in the East China Sea as each attempts to assert effective control over disputed waters. The post China’s Evolving Policy toward Japan in the East China Sea: What’s the Next Move? appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: Asia Pacific, Essays, junktag (ignore), China, Japan, US Foreign Policy
2020 Feb 11 - 11:57pm
Facebook is using its “Fact Check” feature to censor truthful reporting while itself hypocritically propagating misinformation about vaccines. The post Fact Check: WHO Scientist Caught Lying to Public about Vaccine Safety appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: Essays, junktag (ignore), Science, US, CDC, facebook
2020 Feb 7 - 8:34am
The problem with the Palestinian leadership is that, despite its frequent protestations and angry condemnations, it is yet to take independent initiatives or operate outside the American-Israeli paradigm. The post Crisis and Opportunity: The ‘Deal of the Century’ Challenge for Palestinians appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: News & Analysis, Palestine, junktag (ignore), US, 'Peace Process', Benjamin Netanyahu
2020 Feb 1 - 8:02am
Chinese government has used very strong measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. The ultimate economic impact will depend on the eventual diffusion and infectiousness of the new virus. The post Pioneering Effort to Contain Coronavirus Outbreak in Megacities appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: Asia Pacific, News & Analysis, junktag (ignore), China, economy, Health
2020 Feb 1 - 7:43am
The Israeli occupation regime steamrolls on, as does the international community’s inaction to protect the rights of Palestinians. The post You Came to Create Change appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: Palestine, junktag (ignore), Viewpoints, barack obama, donald trump, Gaza Strip
2020 Jan 31 - 7:22am
What seemed like a lucrative deal, with immense geopolitical significance from an Israeli point of view, now appears to be another extension of the wider Middle Eastern conflict. The post Pipeline or a Pipedream: Israel, Turkey Hydrocarbon Conflict is Brewing in the Mediterranean appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: Middle East, News & Analysis, junktag (ignore), Benjamin Netanyahu, economy, Egypt
2020 Jan 31 - 6:41am
Bernie Sanders would, overall, if pressed a typical amount, be a dramatic improvement over 45 out of 45 past U.S. presidents. But that’s a low bar. The post Even the Most Progressive U.S. Foreign Policy Blames Foreigners appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: junktag (ignore), US, Viewpoints, Bernie Sanders, donald trump, Elizabeth Warren
2020 Jan 25 - 10:17am
Already it is extremely difficult to get any truthful information. Soon it will be impossible. The post The Fate of Journalists Who Dissent from Official Explanations appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: Americas, junktag (ignore), US, Viewpoints, Brazil, Journalism
2020 Jan 25 - 10:01am
Trump’s conviction in the Senate could stop indictments from the Barr-Durham investigation, but even a failed impeachment can be used as a shield. The post A Failed Impeachment Still Serves Democrats appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: junktag (ignore), US, Viewpoints, donald trump, Russiagate, Ukraine
2020 Jan 25 - 9:53am
The three presidents who have been impeached are much less guilty of impeachable offences than many who have not been impeached. The post Making Sense of the Impeachment Charges appeared first on Foreign Policy Journal.
Tags: Europe, junktag (ignore), US, Viewpoints, bill clinton, donald trump

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