“Every country must maintain its borders, and protecting the borders from illegal infiltration is both a right and a basic duty of a sovereign state."
We really are in a 'through the looking glass' phase of national and international politics with a dangerous growth of 'the enemy of my enemy is my friend' dogma. Self styled moderates behaving like the right. Vexed liberals coming over all authoritarian. Reactionary western nationalists having a love-in with long time foe Russia.
'He talks like a real estate agent.'
On Wednesday, Donald Trump hosted Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House and held a press conference that generated at least
And that's not counting Trump's comment about the two-state solution.
Mike Flynn resigned as National Security Advisor after The Washington Post exposed his contact with Russian intelligence
In tough times you turn to your friends and discover who your real friends are. As the UK spins a new web of alliances and trade deals after Brexit, one old friend could prove especially valuable to British interests. When Theresa May and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meet today for the first time they will signal that an already close partnership is about to get closer.
I’m not sure if Mr Maimane is aware of this, but Israel has a monopoly on human rights violations and an utter disregard for international law.
The South African government maintains a relationship with the Jewish state, and supports a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine.
This kind of animosity toward a U.S. president is "certainly unprecedented," an Israeli analyst says.