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Tue, 29 Jul 2014 18:46:07 GMT
Why Tensions Are Climbing Between Israel and the US - Wall Street Journal
U.S.-Israeli relations were surviving a summer of strains pretty well, until now. Stress fractures have suddenly appeared, and things figure to get worse before they get better. WSJ Washington bureau chief Jerry Seib joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero .Hard National Security ChoicesLawfare (blog)all 11,673 news articles .

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 11:52:50 GMT
The Iraq Enigma: Urgency Subsides, But Danger Persists - Wall Street Journal (blog)
But Lukman Faily, Iraq's ambassador in Washington, said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that the U.S. needs to help push back the advances of Sunni extremists with airstrikes. “The United States should have acted yesterday. They are . .

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 15:44:28 GMT
Putin's Strategy Is Complicated by Rebel Setbacks in Ukraine, Sanctions - Wall Street Journal
Putin's Strategy Is Complicated by Rebel Setbacks in Ukraine, Sanctions - The Kremlin has taken steps to prepare Russians for deeper international isolation as Europe moves toward more sweeping sanctions against Moscow, with the U.S. vowing to follow suit, over Russia's involvement in Ukraine. WSJ's Anton Troianovski joins .Europe, Obama prepare sanctions on RussiaUSA TODAYBig Oil's New Pitch: Fracking Means Never Having to Fear PutinMother JonesEU Adopts Broad Economic Sanctions Against RussiaRadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyall 1,770 news articles .

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 05:46:17 GMT
“ Argentina Dances With Default”, warns The Wall Street Journal - MercoPress
Wall Street Journal - “The charge that U.S. courts are corrupt takes some nerve coming from a country that tramples property rights on a whim. Recall Argentina's seizure of the local assets of Respsol, the Spanish oil company”, points out WSJ which concludes saying that the .Argentina Dances With DefaultWall Street Journalall 353 news articles .

Fri, 18 Jul 2014 21:19:06 GMT
A United States of Africa? Not Yet - Wall Street Journal
But none lived to see a United States of Africa. This history of disappointed hopes will provide the backdrop in early August when President Barack Obama hosts the inaugural U.S.-Africa summit in Washington. Only a few of Africa's 54 leaders—including . .

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 09:49:57 GMT
US Accuses Russia of Violating Arms Treaty - Wall Street Journal
The U.S. on Monday accused Russia of violating a 1987 missile treaty by testing a new type of intermediate-range cruise missile, administration and State Department officials said, in what they termed a "very serious" matter that would require . .

Sun, 27 Jul 2014 13:40:23 GMT
US Evacuates Embassy in Libya Amid Clashes - Wall Street Journal
Officials said the evacuation was conducted over land, with the State Department driving personnel from the American embassy in Tripoli to Tunisia. U.S. military units provided security, flying fighter jets, surveillance planes and positioning response . .

Mon, 28 Jul 2014 19:45:08 GMT
Obama, European Leaders Agree to Adopt Broader Russia Sanctions - Wall Street Journal
President Barack Obama and European leaders agreed to adopt new sanctions this week against critical sectors of Russia's economy, U.S. and European officials said, as the White House warned that Moscow is again amassing troops along the border in .

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 17:36:55 GMT
Electric Utilities Get No Jolt From Gadgets, Improving Economy - Wall Street Journal
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wants to slash greenhouse-gas emissions from power plants, in part by trimming electricity use. Its goal is to offset any increases in energy use because of population growth by promoting energy-efficiency . .

Fri, 25 Jul 2014 21:00:21 GMT
Obama Says US Could Start Limited Refugee Program in Central America - Wall Street Journal
President Barack Obama said Friday the U.S. is considering a limited refugee program in Central America, for the first time allowing young people to apply for entry without first making the dangerous trek north. With Congress deadlocked on a broader . .