United Arab Emirates
Kuwait is one of the freest nations in the Persian Gulf, as well as one of America’s best friends. Yet its “liberalish” governance, as one Kuwaiti colleague described it, ironically impedes the adoption of market-oriented economic reforms necessary for the country’s prosperity.
This is what winning looks like: "The President requested and the King agreed to support safe zones in Syria and Yemen, as well as supporting other ideas to help the many refugees who are displaced by the ongoing conflicts.”
Fox News’ award winning chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge observed in an appearance on Greta Van Susteren’s “On the Record” that the email exchange was almost office gossip in nature. Which begs the question what kind of judgement was Clinton exercising in gossiping about classified information via email hosted on her unsecured server?
American policy should be designed to serve the interests of Americans. Alliances should be a means to advance U.S. security, not a measure of international popularity a bit like accumulating “friends” on Facebook.