Describing himself as a “non-interventionist hawk,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) delivered a wide-ranging foreign policy speech on Wednesday in which he advocated in favor of a U.S. policy toward Iran that includes the “military force” necessary to “destroy” the rogue nation’s contested nuclear program.
Qatar, a small oil-rich country with outsized regional influence, has been engaged in secret cyber espionage operations on American soil while also spending millions of dollars to pay prominent Washington, D.C., insiders as part of an ongoing campaign to alter America’s political landscape, according to former intelligence officials and other experts.
An international who’s who of global leaders is scheduled to meet in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday to discuss with the Trump administration next steps to deal a death blow to the ISIS terrorist group and thwart the Iranian regime’s military intervention across the Middle East, according to senior State Department officials.
The State Department is facing accusations that it failed to mobilize to stop the Irish government from pushing through with a major new effort to boycott and isolate Israel, according to sources familiar with the matter who told the Washington Free Beacon this lack of action has created friction with some on Capitol Hill and in the U.S. pro-Israel community.
Iran is working to send a man into space within the next five years as part of its contested rocket launching program that is widely believed by the United States and other governments to be a cover for the Islamic Republic’s work on advanced intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear weapons.