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Balancing Russia in Ukraine: U.S. Policy One Year following 2014 Annexation of Crimea

With continued Russian control of Crimea over a year after the February 2014 annexation of the peninsula, the U.S. must decide whether or not to take further action in the conflict. 460 more words

▶ March 2, 2015 Democracy Now! with Noam Chomsky: ISIS, Iraq, Iran, Netanyahu, Israel

Noam Chomsky on How the Iraq War Birthed ISIS & Why U.S. Policy Undermines the Fight Against It

Noam Chomsky: Opposing Iran Nuclear Deal, Israel’s Goal Isn’t Survival — It’s Regional Dominance… 72 more words


U.S. counterterrorism failing badly

Killing our way to security never seemed to make much sense as a long-term solution.

David Sedney, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia from 2009-2013 and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia from 2007-2009, argues… 152 more words

Countering Violent Extremism

America at the Crossroads

Over the past few months I have been confined to my bed due to an aggressive illness.  During that time, I really didn’t do much news watching because my husband watches or listens to it all day.  432 more words

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Need for a Sensible Cuba Policy

How times have changed! There was a time when most of the countries in the Western Hemisphere agreed with Washington’s hostile policy toward Cuba and cooperated with it. 676 more words

U.S. Policy

The Hill: Iran Still Pushing For Nuclear Arms

“Nuclear talks must be coupled with holding the religious dictatorship to account for the flagrant violations of human rights in Iran and the genocides in Syria and Iraq,” Soona Samsami declares in her latest article on… 239 more words