2,300 Deaths Are Enough

2,300 Deaths Are Enough

President Barack Obama’s recent attempt to define foreign policy failed to accurately reflect how Washington intends to end one of the biggest quagmires of our time: Afghanistan. “You are the first class to graduate since 9/11 who may not be sent into...
Built on Verification

Built on Verification

After years of stalemate, the United States and our allies have secured a verifiable nuclear deal with Iran. This first-stage deal freezes Iran’s nuclear program and provides both sides time to negotiate a more comprehensive agreement ensuring Iran never develops the...
A Smarter Pentagon Budget

A Smarter Pentagon Budget

Our bloated military budget contributes significantly to our massive national debt and threatens the very security it’s intended to provide. Several expensive and unnecessary military programs are behind this paradox. The Pentagon should cut them from its $640.5...
The Russian-American Beat Must Go On

The Russian-American Beat Must Go On

The Edward Snowden drama has skipped from Washington through Hawaii and Hong Kong and into Moscow. Now, the storyline is back to Washington. Thanks to Russia’s decision to grant Snowden asylum for a year, Obama canceled a bilateral meeting with President...
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