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U.S. Condemns Recent Terrorist Attacks Abroad; President Obama Travels to Turkey and the Asia-Pacific Region; ISIL Attacks Dominate the G-20 Summit

Terrorist Attacks – Paris and Beirut Last Friday evening, President Barack Obama addressed the nation as the press reported of numerous fatalities and injuries resulting from coordinated terrorist attacks at multiple locations in Paris, France.  The President immediately offered U.S. assistance to France and said the attacks were “an attack on all of humanity and … Continue Reading

Israel’s Prime Minister To Address Congress This Week, While Vice President Biden and Secretary Kerry Travel Abroad; Early Congressional Momentum on Renewing U.S. Ex-Im Bank Charter, While Action on Trade Promotion Authority Stumbles

Iran/Israel The disagreement between the Obama Administration and Prime Minister Netanyahu deepened last week. In advance of his address before a joint session of Congress this week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the deal emerging from the ongoing P5+1 Talks will allow Iran to become a “nuclear threshold state.” National Security Adviser Susan Rice … Continue Reading

Secretary of State John Kerry to Testify Before Congress; U.S. Considering New Sanctions Related to the Ongoing Situation in Ukraine; A New Trade Promotion Authority Bill is Imminent

State Department’s FY 2016 Budget Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to testify this week before Congress on the Department’s FY 2016 Budget request and U.S. interests abroad.  The hearings will be held: On Tuesday, 24 February before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; On Wednesday, 25 February before the House Foreign Affairs Committee; and On … Continue Reading
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