Benghazi justice could help Hillary run February 23, 2014 | The Hill By Julian Pecquet The Obama administration is under growing pressure to make an arrest in the Benghazi attack to quash lingering criticism of its response and help clear the road for a possible Hillary Clinton presidential run in 2016.… Read More ›
U.S. to Keep 11 Aircraft Carriers Despite Cost, Vulnerability Concerns February 13, 2014 Eric Auner | World Politics Review Last month, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus told a crowd in Virginia that “we have the most advanced platforms in the world, but quantity has a quality of its own.” Mabus… Read More ›
Potential Candidates Circle Iran Issue Warily By Ed Kilgore January 27, 2014 | Washington Monthly It’s unlikely at this point that foreign policy issues are going to be front-and-center in the 2016 presidential contest. But you never know, and even if they don’t talk much about it, the international viewpoint… Read More ›
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Saudi Arabia Vs. Iran… Here’s Why January 4, 2016 | The Big Picture RT Multiple Middle Eastern states have ended diplomatic ties with Iran after tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran rapidly escalated this weekend. John Bradshaw, NSN’s Executive Director, joins Thom Hartman to dicucss what it means for the… Read More ›
Hyperbole is not a Strategy December 18, 2015 While all the candidates on the Republican debate stage in Las Vegas criticized Democrats on national security issues, very few of them presented anything resembling a clear strategy for tackling the threats facing the United States. Instead, they substituted tough talk, threats,… Read More ›