U.S. and United Kingdom Agree on Threat Posed By China

The United States and the United Kingdom are in total agreement and are re-aligning their foreign policy in various areas including tackling the most pressing areas and one of these areas is the challenge posed by China.  

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Biden’s Rocky Start to Resurrecting Iran Nuclear Deal

President Biden is off to a rocky start to resurrecting the Iran nuclear deal that President Trump pulled out of over objections from Iran who refuse to negotiate unless the United States lifts all sanctions imposed by the Trump administration.

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Iran Rebukes Biden, Wants Sanctions Lifted Before Talks Begin

Iran rebuked President Biden on any formal talks, and want the United States to lift the crippling sanctions which have cratered the Iranian economy and to rejoin the 2015 nuclear deal before any formal discussions can begin. 

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Lloyd Austin Reassures NATO of U.S. Commitment

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin reassures NATO member countries that the United States values the contributions and value of member countries.

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NATO Secretary General Urges Joint Spending as Budget Debate Continues

With Donald Trump no longer as president to berate NATO members for not full fulling there defense obligations to the alliance the Secretary General is calling on European countries to consider joint spending in upcoming budget debate.

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Philippines Wants more Money for U.S. Troop Deal

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is demanding more money from Washington if the United States wants to maintain a two-decades Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA), which was cancelled last year over a dispute of being denied a U.S. visa.

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