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America Is Losing Its 'Leader of the Free World' Mantle. That's Bad News for Israel

For the past five years, the U.S. has been regarded a ‘flawed democracy.’ Unless it can resolve its internal problems, the rest of the world will lose faith in American leadership. That would be a problem for U.S. allies like Israel

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On December 2, 1823, President James Monroe delivered his seventh annual message to Congress. In it, he outlined a new foreign policy vision for the United States, which eventually became know as the “Monroe Doctrine.”

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