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Revising the Foreign Policy Theory

As improbable as it might seem in retrospect, the theory underlying the Obama foreign policy when it was unveiled during the 2008 presidential campaign was that because of the candidate’s African heritage, Arabic middle name, Muslim schooling, and Messianic persona, “The day I am inaugurated, not only will the country look at itself differently, 715 more words


ISIS attack on Italy coming

Washington Times, by Bill Gertz, March 25, 2015:

The Islamic State terrorist group likely will launch an attack on Italy within weeks, not months, according to a senior Libyan government official. 1,528 more words

Counter Jihad Report


If radical Islam represents a threat to not only countries like Israel, Jordan and others, how do we deal with that threat? That is the question for the moment and for the future. 458 more words

Social Commentary

The Amateur in the White House: Obama’s Iranian Folly

Barack Obama will go down in history as the American president who enabled the Shi’ite theocracy to become the region’s hegemonic power and looked the other way while Iran developed the bomb. 780 more words

Nuclear Arms Race, 1949-63

To what extent was the nuclear arms race a stabilising factor in the Cold War between 1949 and 1963?

The nuclear arms race was a stabilising factor in many ways, despite the obvious destabilising and dangerous realities of possible nuclear war. 1,225 more words