Yesterday’s post, Empowering the Moderates in Iran, attracted a comment from SocialInform, which mentioned another blog’s post, Iran’s president has more cabinet members with Ph.D. 339 more words
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by Jerry Alatalo
Speaker of the United States House of Representatives John Boehner’s blatant breaking of foreign policy protocol in inviting Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to speak before Congress may backfire in ways unimagined by both Mr. 698 more words
Today’s New York Times had a long OpEd by David Brooks that argued it is naive to negotiate with Iran. Brooks warns that, “It could be that Iranian leaders are as apocalyptically motivated, paranoid and dogmatically anti-American as their pronouncements suggest they are.” At least in my reading, Brooks implies that “could” should be replaced by “is.” 439 more words
With our nation edging closer to sending lethal aid to Ukraine, it would be well to consider why Angela Merkel, François Hollande, and two-thirds of the US experts surveyed by… 429 more words
In Midst of War, Ukraine Becomes Gateway for Jihad by Marcin Mamon for The Intercept.
Failed states, where governmental authority has collapsed, are ideal venues for warlords, organized crime and terrorists. 131 more words