Foreign Policy

A Mother's Day wish

If there is one gift I could give my mother this Mother’s Day, it would be to have her husband (my dad) and son (my brother) home. It has been more than a year and a half since my father and brother were forcefully removed from our family home in...

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Cutting off ISIS' energy supply

Now more than ever, energy plays a vital role in national security. Estimates indicate that in 2014, the terrorist regime, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), was producing 50,000 oil barrels per day. In recent years, the US has made...

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Where are the carriers? Look no further than the TPP

The United States could be adding two major assets to its national security apparatus in the coming year – the USS Gerald R. Ford and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). One is a state-of-the-art $13 billion aircraft carrier that is at the...

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Iran's cyber army - the latest in a series of maleficence

In July, when the P5+1 struck a nuclear deal with Iran dubbed as “historic,” administration officials spun it as a first step on a path toward improving Tehran’s behavior. That path hit yet another bump in recent weeks, when Iran launched nuclear...

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Russia’s nuclear strategy: It’s a trap!

Of late, Russia has not been a particularly good neighbor. Since Vladimir Putin reclaimed the presidency in 2012, Russia has annexed Crimea, invaded eastern Ukraine, and sent a steady stream of its warplanes to ...

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