foreign policy

Ted Cruz, Rand Paul Trade Barbs Over Foreign Policy

Fox News Latino Staff

Ted Cruz has attempted to smooth over tensions with fellow Tea Party favorite, Rand Paul, after the two quite publicly disagreed over the U.S.'s role in the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. But apparently, Paul isn’t taking the peace offering.

Most Oppose Becoming Too Involved in Ukraine

Mario Trujillo, The Hill

A new Pew Research poll found 56% of people say the U.S. should not get too involved after Russian forces took over the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine. Another 29% think the U.S. needs to take a firm stand.

Blaming Putin on Conservatives

Aaron Goldstein, American Spectator

This liberal trio thinks conservatives actually love Putin.

Ukraine: Time for Europeans To Take Over Europe’s Defense

Putin is wrong, dangerously wrong.  But how to punish Moscow?  America’s direct stake in the controversy between Russia and Ukraine is essentially nil.

Rand’s Stand on Foreign Policy

W. James Antle III, American Conservative

Senator Paul won CPAC again. Is he also winning the GOP's debate over war and peace?

Cruz: Lack of US Leadership Emboldened Putin

Melanie Batley, Newsmax

Russian President Vladimir Putin's aggressive show in Ukraine is just one of many examples of the consequences of Obama's "abdication of global leadership," Sen. Ted Cruz says.

Sarah Palin Was Right About Ukraine

Brad Knickerbocker, Christian Science Monitor

Back in 2008, Sarah Palin predicted that Russia might invade Ukraine, as it had Georgia, if Barack Obama became president. She's gone on Facebook to remind her critics that she was right.

Ukraine Will Be More Democratic Without McCain And Obama Meddling

As Senator Rand Paul said during last year’s demonstrations that overthrew the Islamist government in Egypt, America has a terrible record of picking winners and losers in the domestic upheavals of foreign countries. Now Senator McCain wants to put the Obama administration in charge of the rebuilding of Ukraine on the American taxpayers’ dime? 

Gingrich: Kerry Should Resign Over Global Warming Remarks

Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

Newt Gingrich took to Twitter to call for Sect. of State John Kerry to resign for calling global warming the “world’s most fearsome weapon of mass destruction.”

Pharaoh Al-Sisi Takes Control in Egypt: Obama Administration Sacrifices Security and Human Rights

Most of the roughly $75 billion given to Cairo over the years enriched political and military elites and funded the purpose of prestige weapons from American arms makers.  The U.S. never received much “leverage” over Egypt's leaders in return. 

No More Sanctions, No More War

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Obama should order U.S. intelligence to tell us the truth. Is Iran truly hell-bent on acquiring a nuclear bomb? If so, when did Tehran make that decision? Or are we being lied into war again?

Rubio Building Foreign Policy Experience?

John T. Bennett, Defense News

Rubio’s latest trek to London is telling. In a "major foreign policy address," Rubio appeared to be beefing up that part of his potential 2016 presidential candidate resume, including some red-meat rhetoric for his GOP base.

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Cruz: Iran Deal Dangerous, Wrongheaded

Sen. Ted Cruz, ForeignPolicy.com

Here's how the Obama administration gave Iran a win and sold out our Israeli allies.

Americans’ Liberty Matters More than Washington’s Credibility

For two weeks most Americans didn’t notice that the federal government had closed. While other nations may complain that the shutdown undercut America’s position as a great power, we Americans must debate how best to preserve a vibrant market economy and responsive political democracy here in America despite the criticism of foreign governments.

RPaul's No-War Foreign Policy Plan

Sen. Rand Paul and Isaac Applbaum, ForeignPolicy.com

The Peace Through Strength Plan: how no-nonsense negotiations can prevent a war with Iran.

Democratic Failure in the Czech Republic? The Communist Party Revives

Analysts disagree over whether President Zeman is merely pushing the outer bounds of constitutional interpretation or actually breaking the rules.  However, the public appears less concerned about the latter’s political maneuvers. Sound familiar to Americans?

Think Tank Hired Pro-Terrorist Castro Lover

Charles C. Johnson, Daily Caller

The influential Council on Foreign Relations employs a director who thanks convicted terrorist bombers in a book, wants restrictive gun laws, and has warm relations with the Castro regime.

 

It's Up to Congress Now: No to War in Syria!

The president has placed the decision whether to go to war where it belongs, with Congress.  Legislators should act on behalf of the American people, not the Obama administration.  And the right decision is to keep the U.S. at peace.