Mar 2, 2015
A union of Egypt, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Kuwait could pool military assets into a Middle East NATO with the U.S. as a member state offering logistics, Special Forces, and sophisticated hardware.
Feb 23, 2015
Instead of moral equivalence, President Obama should be asserting the romance in the Western tradition, a romance that challenges the absolutism of radical Islam and allows for individual rights.
Feb 17, 2015
Despite a world President Obama would like to see, reality intrudes. The commander of the Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps stated the position of his terrorist nation clearly, a position the president has chosen to ignore.
Feb 9, 2015
Hezbollah is an enemy, and a dangerous enemy, but it is not prepared to fight. That may be a positive sign. The negative sign, of course, is that Hezbollah cannot determine its own fate.
Feb 3, 2015
The pundits have spoken. Most believe the State of The Union address was a combination of self-congratulation over what was done in the last year and a laundry list of what should be done in the year ahead.
Jan 19, 2015
Obama's foreign policy failures leave the U.S. unsteady.
Jan 13, 2015
What the West observed in the murderous attack on a satirical magazine and its editorial staff was not merely retaliation for cartoons depicting the prophet unfavorably, but a religious impulse to close the channels of free expression.
Dec 30, 2014
Although the Soviet Union and the United States had tense and hostile moments, they did reach some accord for maintaining strategic stability. However, in the second nuclear age, deterrence involving threats from two or more potential adversaries is complicated.