WASHINGTON – Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats, called on the overseer of the Voice of America to initiate native-language broadcasting to the Baloch people living in Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.
“Self-determination is not a dead issue. By wresting control of its own destiny, Britain is trying to make itself Great again.
Last night’s ruckus on the floor was an infantile display that robbed the House of the decorum necessary to do the people’s business. The rules or order are there to protect honest debate and efficient use of Members’ time and resources.
“Today I join with my fellow Americans in mourning the slaughter in Orlando. I also join them in their outrage and their renewed commitment to defeat and destroy the radical Islamic movement that fosters such mayhem.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Dana Rohrabacher on Tuesday, marking World Press Freedom Day, called on governments across the globe to respect the rights of journalists. He released the following statement:
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, who served as speechwriter and special assistant to President Ronald Reagan for more than seven years, Sunday issued the following statement on the death of former First Lady Nancy Reagan:
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WASHINGTON – Rep. Dana Rohrabacher on Thursday introduced a “joint resolution” to express Congress’s disapproval of an arms deal with Pakistan that includes the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan. Earlier this month the Obama administration officially announced it would go through with the $700 million deal.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats, Wednesday conducted a hearing to look into the ominous consolidation of power by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Dana Rohrabacher today sent a letter to Secretary of State John F. Kerry and Administrator Gayle E. Smith of the Agency for International Development expressing concerns over how rule changes will affect next month’s election of a leader of the Central Tibetan Administration. The CTA represents Tibet’s people in exile, whose homeland is occupied by Communist China.