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May 4: Live Q&A with Raymond Tanter

The former senior staff of the White House National Security Council, Raymond Tantar, will appear on a live question and answer session.

The Q&A session, “The U.S. 67 more words

News

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

Militarism

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

2016 Election

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