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Eliot L. Engel (), Ranking Member House Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives.
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Nicholas Burns 4h
For nearly seventy years now, the NATO allies have never paid the U.S. to protect them. This is not how works. Each ally has its own defense budget. The President should not mislead Americans and try to turn us against the allies who are our closest global friends.
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When it comes to leadership, the most important thing is showing up. ’s abdication on summits makes plenty of space for , in .
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Dina Titus Nov 9
Sri Lanka's political crisis continues to devolve into chaos. As Co-Chair of the Sri Lanka Caucus, I joined and in urging to reverse course and let Parliament perform its constitutional duties.
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 9
RM , , and today urged to reopen Parliament and commit to democratic governance.
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Eliot Engel Nov 9
The President’s proposed order to restrict refugees’ ability to seek asylum is a clear violation of U.S. and international law. America should not be turning its back on the most vulnerable people as they flee violence and persecution.
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 9
RM : I’m horrified by reports of LGBTQ people being arrested for their sexuality in Tanzania. Regional Director Makonda must stop this gross violation of human rights.
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 8
Replying to @CNN @Acosta
Sadly, it’s harder & harder for the United States to speak with moral authority on freedom of the press when our President calls journalists the “enemy of the people” and his spokesperson distributes doctored video to justify banning journalist from the White House.
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 8
Replying to @RepEliotEngel
"While I am glad to hear they have been released, they never should have been detained in the first place." - RM
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 8
. personnel & were arrested in while observing the ever-worsening atmosphere for free media there. 1/3
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Dana Milbank Nov 3
Gen. Colin Powell: “I see no threat requiring this kind of deployment.” Retired Gen. Martin Dempsey, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs, called the border operation a “wasteful deployment of over-stretched Soldiers and Marines.”
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 3
“Military planners anticipate that only a small percentage of Central American migrants traveling in the caravans President Trump characterizes as ‘an invasion’ will reach the U.S. border” - via ⁦
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 2
One day after speech on Latin America, cancels visit for second time. is also first US president to skip Summit of the Americas. Administration’s abandonment of Americas is short-sighted & damages US interests.
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 2
“I welcome the Pakistan Supreme Court’s acquitting after more than 8 years, but I remain concerned by reports that the government is placing her on the country’s exit control list.” – RM
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 2
Ranking Member 's statement on the Administration's waiver of sanctions re-imposed on Iran:
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Chargé d'Affaires Colleen Hyland Oct 31
Continued threats and intimidation of Serbs & other minorities in the harms everyone. KSF has been a model for the country and their efforts to be inclusive should be celebrated and replicated, not undermined.
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 2
Replying to @HFACDemocrats
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 2
Replying to @washingtonpost
Shooting unarmed migrants is against the law, and the President should know it. As explains, this is a desperate attempt to mislead American voters with a manufactured crisis just days before our election.
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 2
dangerously threatened that “anybody throwing stones…we will consider that a firearm.” Now, security forces around the world can use his words to justify shooting at civilians... and, indeed, we have our first example.
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 2
Replying to @RepEliotEngel
"I welcome the international fact-finding mission to investigate these serious human rights violations in Chechnya." - RM
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House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrats Nov 2
Replying to @RepEliotEngel
"I condemn the violence and brutality against the LGBTQI community, human rights defenders, & political critics in Chechnya. For far too long, Moscow has allowed its hand-picked government in Chechnya to commit grievous human rights violations." - RM
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