No More Partisan Foreign Policy

Want some good news? Beyond the gloomy prospects of renewed political polarization after Election Day, of House Republican vows to relentlessly investigate a new Democratic president – presuming, of course, that we avoid the nightmare of a Trump victory – hopeful signs of bipartisan progress are emerging […]

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Our Predictable Faceoff With Iran

We now face the ironic, yet all-too-predictable, result of years of U.S. appeasement of Iran in order to secure a global nuclear deal: U.S. military involvement in a proxy war with the Islamic Republic in Yemen. In recent days, an exchange of missile attacks between Yemen’s Iran-backed […]

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Collapse Over Iran’s Missiles

The revelation of recent days that, back in January, President Obama agreed that the United Nations should lift its sanctions against two Iranian state banks which financed Iran’s ballistic missile development puts the lie to Washington’s claims – stubbornly maintained for more than a year – that […]

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A Problematic Aid Package

Hailing the new 10-year, $38 billion Memorandum of Understanding between the United States and Israel on U.S. security aid, President Barack Obama couldn’t pass up the opportunity to chastise the Jewish state for failing to secure a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The U.S. commitment to […]

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Iran Advances, Washington Frets

From the start, President Barack Obama and his top aides viewed a nuclear deal with Iran as a singular good – a goal to pursue on its own rather than linked to Iran’s terror sponsorship, its efforts to destabilize Sunni Arab states, its grotesque human rights record […]

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