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The former secretary of state died today at the age of 84 after a long and complicated career in U.S. foreign policy.
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Strong liberal democracies can handle criticism.
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"Diplomatic isolationists" who want to quash any dialog with Russia for partisan reasons are missing out on chances for progress on nuclear weapons and terrorism, the Senator believes.
Paul defends Trump's conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in the name of diplomacy.
This federal law is about punishing the speech of political enemies, not protecting sensitive international negotiations.
He's right. But he shouldn't leave diplomatic efforts to the U.S.
But talks, even bilateral ones, offer the best solutions.