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This hearing examines the history, operations, and any operational challenges of the multi-agency panel known as the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.

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John Bolton’s proposal to fund the UN through voluntary contributions may improve upon the status quo, but is no panacea.

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Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy Nick Eberstadt discusses his most recent book “Men Without Work: America’s Invisible Crisis” on The Art of Manliness Podcast.

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Haley’s assertion that the United States is “being asked to pay for the dubious privilege of being disrespected” suggests that today’s vote is about more than foreign aid, Israel, or the UN. It’s about respect for America’s leadership in the world and the extent to which it wants to continue funding this institution.

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India may have dodged the worst of communism’s excesses. But the ideology’s malign shadow has not entirely disappeared.

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It’s time for US foreign policy to call out dictators for what they are: enemies of democracy. Engage the enemy in the battlespace of ideas. The good news? Ideas and Twitter accounts, much like people in democracies, are free.

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Trump’s recent tweets on Puerto Rico echo much of the criticism often leveled against foreign disaster and humanitarian assistance. Despite the fact that Puerto Rico is not a foreign country (though many Americans think it is), the president seems insistent on treating it like one.

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Ignoring the United States’ ability to save countless lives abroad, at such a relatively low cost, is not a recipe for making America great again. Just ask our fellow Americans in Puerto Rico.

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Jeff Bezos would be doing a lot for America’s future if he moved his new headquarters to places where economic mobility is weakest.

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President Trump is taking an important first step towards improving US trade policy by initiating a Section 301 investigation into intellectual property (IP) theft and technology transfer by China. However, the problem is far bigger than China and much broader than IP theft.

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