Foreign Policy

The Chilcot Report and America’s Middle East strategy

Immediately preceding the terror attacks in Nice, France and the ill-fated coup attempt in Turkey, a long anticipated report was published in the United Kingdom that could have a resounding impact on...

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The JCPOA is not a peace treaty with Iran

In recent weeks, critics of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the nuclear accord reached with Iran last summer, have tried to re-litigate their opposition to the deal by attempting to block Boeing from consummating a planned sale of...

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Preparing for China’s next move in the South China Sea

On July 12, The Hague’s Permanent Court of Arbitration issued one of the most widely anticipated decisions in its history. After nearly four years of deliberation, the Court issued findings regarding several South China Sea issues, based on a...

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Oh my -- did someone forget to say 'thank you for your service?'

The Defense Secretary is sending another 500 troops to battle ISIS and, I suppose, other assorted terrorists in Syria and Iraq.  The military has been very busy since 2001 and our casualties have been substantial including over 30,000...

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