Issues / War & Peace
A crash course on complexity science as seen through the lens of Israel.
In his first National Security Strategy (NSS), President Barack Obama Thursday pledged to maintain Washington's "military superiority" but stressed that the persistence of the nation's global power will depend more on the health of its domestic economy and international cooperation.
Graduates of the class of 2010, I'm honored to have been asked to address you today, but I would not want to be you.
In a May 11 Washington Times editorial, Frank Gaffney, Ed Meese, Clifford May, and four additional coauthors called for a "renewed adherence to the national security philosophy of President Ronald Reagan: 'Peace Through Strength.'"
The trillion-dollar war bill and a half-billion-dollar jet fighter engine are connected in a way that goes beyond their status as budget items.
Israel as we know it, will cease to exist in the foreseeable future.
New York Times shows naked bias against Brazilian President da Silva over Iran deal.
In the world of international relations, setting deadlines and creating timelines seems increasingly unproductive.
Mention "The Insular Empire" to the average American, and they'd likely have no idea what you were talking about. They probably still wouldn't get it if you gave them another clue: "America in the Mariana Islands." These are the title and subtitle of a new film by Vanessa Warheit, which began screening on PBS earlier this year.
Since Apr. 26, a state of emergency has been in effect in five northern provinces of Paraguay, which represent a third of the nation's territory.