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Hillary Rodham Hawk: Clinton Wrongly Bucks Obama on Foreign Policy

Hillary Rodham Hawk: Clinton Wrongly Bucks Obama on Foreign Policy
Hillary Clinton has made some missteps in her path to the presidency, but none so damaging as her hawkish tendencies when it comes to foreign policy.
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Sec of State Kerry Frustrated With Faltering Iran Nuclear Deal

Sec of State Kerry Frustrated With Faltering Iran Nuclear Deal
The fate of a possible landmark nuclear deal with Iran sank further into limbo Tuesday, with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry noting "very real gaps" ahead of a July 20 target date for a deal meant to put firm curbs on Tehran's atomic program.
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Longshore, Long Negotiations: West Coast Dockworkers Still on the Job Without Contract (for Now)

Longshore, Long Negotiations: West Coast Dockworkers Still on the Job Without Contract (for Now)
The contract that keeps thousands of dockworkers on the job at West Coast ports from San Diego to Seattle is expiring, but don't expect a disruption in the billions of dollars of trade that crosses the waterfront — at least not yet. As talks drag out, jitters will grow among the companies that last year imported or exported nearly $900 billion worth of cargo across the West Coast.
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Justin Pritchard
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Negotiations with Iran: The Benefits of Working with the World's 'Most Misunderstood Country'

Negotiations with Iran: The Benefits of Working with the World's 'Most Misunderstood Country'
Ongoing negotiations with Iran could lead to normalized relations, even a major trading partner with the U.S. Iran would import U.S. beef and grains, benefiting Oklahoma producers. U.S. firms serving the petroleum and other industries are eager to open offices in Iran and become trading partners. Releasing Iran's oil production would lower the world oil price, giving Americans relief at the gas pumps. As diplomatic relations improve, Iran might well become an ally for regional stability, peace, and the security of U.S. interests.
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France Sabotages Iran and IAEA Negotiations

France Sabotages Iran and IAEA Negotiations
A pending deal between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to peacefully ensure that the country's nuclear program was one for energy production alone — and not weapons manufacturing — screeched to halt before it could be realized. Somewhere in the midst of larger conversations about Middle East peace, France didn't like the Iran-IAEA negotiations and sabotaged the deal.
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