Unfounded fears and valid concerns on Iran’s nuclear program.
On September 5, the United States convened with its NATO allies in Wales and announced that a coalition (Britain, France, Australia, Canada, Germany, Turkey, Italy, Poland, and Denmark) would wage an … Continue reading
I recently had a conversation with a good friend on the role of the US in the world. Specifically, we discussed in the context of humanitarian crises, genocides, civil wars–occurrences … Continue reading
Brazil. Russia. India. China. South Africa. What do all of these countries have in common? Not much. But as the leading developing economies of the world, collectively known as BRICS, … Continue reading
In the past five days, President Obama has discussed the foreign policy challenges facing the United States in three separate addresses (7/16, 7/18, 7/21) to our nation. Marred by wanton … Continue reading
In the wake of perhaps the most divisive SCOTUS ruling this year on Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, Americans once again–amongst ranks of pickets and like-minded citizens–exercised their right to assemble. … Continue reading