Adam Kredo

China Boots U.S. Journalists

The Chinese government announced on Tuesday that it is revoking the press credentials of reporters from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post as tensions mount over the Communist regime's restrictions on the press.

‘Missing a Tablespoon of Blood’: Quincy Institute Scholar Laments Lack of Violence Amid Corona Outbreak in Israel 

Sarah Leah Whitson / TwitterThe managing director for research and policy of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft appeared to celebrate the draconian measures employed by the Israeli government to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Then she argued that whatever discomforts they impose on Israeli citizens, it is not enough to compensate for the suffering Israel has inflicted on its Palestinian neighbors. 

U.S. Outraged Over Europe’s Refusal to Extend Iran Sanctions

Europe gives Iran pass on terror, missile sanctions to keep Tehran locked in nuclear accord

EU flagThe European Union is resisting Trump administration efforts to foster greater international coordination on holding Tehran accountable for its rising sponsorship of terrorism and expanding ballistic missile program, according to State Department documents viewed exclusively by the Washington Free Beacon.

Trump Admin Infighting Over Open Skies Treaty Infuriates GOP Hawks

Russia has consistently breached treaty to spy on U.S.

A Russian Sukhoi Su-35 fighter takes off during an air showSenior Trump administration officials are working behind the scenes to thwart President Donald Trump's attempt to pull the United States out of a treaty that allows Russia to conduct surveillance operations in the United States, according to U.S. and congressional officials. 

Iran Caught Hiding Nuclear Work, Sparking Call for Full Sanctions ‘Snapback’

SFRC chair says Trump must 'trigger a full snapback of sanctions'

Iran's stockpiling of highly enriched uranium is raising new questions about the scope of its undisclosed nuclear work and efficacy of soon-to-be-lifted restrictions on its missile program, which is seen as the primary vehicle to carry a nuclear warhead, U.S. officials told the Washington Free Beacon.