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Falling Behind in the Cyber War

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

Shutting down the background check system of the Office of Personnel Management employees will do little to prevent the abuse of millions of personal files of former, current and wannabe government workers that have already been stolen. But a shutdown was ordered anyway. Incredibly, OPM Director Katherine Archuleta described the…

Obama Is Not Nixon

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Left: President Richard Nixon and Secretary of State William P. Rogers at the Great Wall of China. Credit: History.com Photo Galleries President Obama’s decisions regarding the Middle East since the spring of 2011 have resulted in the killing of hundreds of thousands of Sunni Muslims, the displacement of millions, and chaos......

Iran’s Support of Terrorism

Sunday, June 28th, 2015

The Iran Sanctions Act of 1996 imposed sanctions on Iran, not only to prevent it from developing nuclear weapons, but also to drain Iran’s financial support for Hezbollah, Hamas, and other terrorist groups that threaten the U.S. and its allies. Visiting Israel in March 2013, Obama declared that “every country......

The No Snapback Sanctions

Friday, June 26th, 2015

The Obama administration’s apparent determination to sign an agreement that will not stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons has encouraged European businesses to jump-start trade talks with Tehran. Over the last two months chief executives of the Dutch Shell company, Total of France, Italy’s Eni and Lukoil of Russia have held meetings with the......

When the Syrian pot boils over*

Thursday, June 25th, 2015

Left: Bashar al-Assad, Reuters When President al-Sisi of Egypt says that Syria’s President Assad is finished, it behooves us to listen. We must assume that Egyptian intelligence is very well-informed on the internal Syrian situation. So, if Assad falls what will be the effects on Israel? In the first place, post-Assad......

Militarization of China

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

As the Chinese and the Americans sit down for the seventh of their annual two-day meeting [June 22-24], set up in 2009 to maintain bilateral cooperation despite growing differences, a major transformation of the Chinese regime is a new and worrying factor. Secretary of State John Kerry and Treasury Secretary......

Pakistan’s Shaky Equilibrium*

Sunday, June 21st, 2015

Left: Fighting back – Students across Pakistan are receiving anti-terrorism training, such as here in Karachi, Sindh where police is providing arms training at a local facility. Pakistan’s 185 million people suffer a fragile combination of its military, probably the only viable national institution, its British Indian-descended civil Punjabi elite......

Weekly Review, June 15-20, 2015

Saturday, June 20th, 2015

Left: Learning a trade … former “militants” study electronics at the Swat valley centre. Photograph: Mian Kursheed/Reuters  The Folly of Islamic de-Radicalization – Rachel Ehrenfeld – Establishing de-radicalization centers to fight the jihadist plague, either in Muslim countries or in the West is a futile endeavor. They cannot erase centuries of indoctrination by religious authorities......

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