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Topic - Jamie Fly
Sens. Marco Rubio and Rand Paul — in what could be a preview of a 2016 Republican presidential primary showdown — are staking out markedly different positions on U.S. intervention in the world, and particularly on American policy toward the Middle East
Chinese President Hu Jintao will begin formal talks with President Obama on Wednesday, as the White House comes under pressure to use the state visit as a forum to raise the issue of China's illicit technology trade with Iran.
"These types of Russian activities directed against U.S. officials, combined with Russian policies pursued by Moscow against U.S. allies, show the concept of a reset in relations with Russia is a joke," Mr. Fly said.
Jamie Fly, executive director of the Foreign Policy Initiative, said: "This administration came into office attempting to 'reset' relations with Beijing, but they now appear to realize that U.S. and Chinese interests are not fundamentally aligned.