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On the other hand, if this uber-wealthy philanthropist is now in harmony with the globalist, blame-America-first chorus, that would be bad news at time when bad news is hardly in short supply.

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In fact, when it issued its blacklist, the UN Human Rights Office may have inadvertently opened the flood gates. In today’s interconnected world, aggrieved parties are keenly aware of developments in other protracted conflicts. They will want to know why the world’s most prominent multilateral organization is willing to apply sanctions in one protracted conflict, but not others. The UN Human Rights Office must now be prepared to explain why some occupations are inconsequential, but only Israel’s control of the West Bank is deserving of a blacklist.

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The priority must be on stopping this pandemic. However, after it is contained and the international economy is returned to normalcy, responsible governments must take a hard look at Chinese authoritarian political warfare and realize the danger it poses. China will push back with claims that it will not tolerate a smear campaign. But China must be held accountable. We can, on that front, take a page from Sun Tzu’s Art of War. As he wrote, “What is of supreme importance is to attack the enemy’s strategy.” It is time the U.S. and like-minded countries attack and neutralize the Chinese Communist Party’s authoritarian political warfare strategy.

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Israel’s military is by no means perfect. Mistakes are not uncommon on the battlefield. But the group behind this most recent effort to bring war-crimes charges against Israel is playing a cruel game with international law. Palestinian terrorist groups are deliberately committing war crimes while they launch war-crimes lawsuits against Israel at the ICC.

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