If the administration wants to work with Moscow, it will find a willing though admittedly difficult partner.
Hawks in Washington, including Reps. Ed Royce and Eliot Engel, are warning about the prominence of Hezbollah, and are alleging ties to the drug trade that implicate its benefactor, Iran.
To criticize Tillerson for everything that is going wrong in U.S. foreign policy today rings hollow for several reasons, many of which critics conveniently ignore or refuse to acknowledge.
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