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Updated August 28, 2020 - 8:54 PM EDT
US Expected To Reduce Troops in Iraq by a Third
US, Russia Trade Blame Over Syria Road Incident
  Heavy Fighting Reported Between Army, ISIS in Eastern Syrian Desert
US, China Trade Criticisms as Tensions Worsen
  Taiwan Fears US-China Tensions Put Them in Crosshairs
  Pompeo: Reports China Fishing Near Galapagos 'Deeply Troubling'
  Philippines: 'If China Attacks Our Navy, We'll Call the US'
Pompeo Tour Strikes Out on Normalization With Israel
  MbS Pulls Out of Planned Washington Meeting With Netanyahu
Restraint-Minded Dem Fights to Lead House Foreign Affairs
item 'I Pity the Fool': Mr. Max Boot on Joe Biden's Foreign Policy
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item What's in Israel/UAE Agreement? Here's Five Things That Aren't  by Ted Snider
item Israel Is an Army With a Country Attached  by Belén Fernández
item Despite Military Resistance, Our Iraq Footprint Is Finally Shrinking  by Doug Bandow
item Nikki Haley Isn't the Foreign Policy Future of the GOP  by Daniel DePetris
item On Bombs and Bombings  by Caitlin Johnstone

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