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Foundation for Defense of Democracies

A purportedly “non-partisan” policy institute that aims to defend democracies from “militant Islamism,” the neoconservative Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) is an influential base of hawkish advocacy on Middle East policy.

Center for Security Policy

The Center for Security Policy, a prominent member of the neoconservative advocacy community led by Frank Gaffney, has promoted extravagant weapons programs and an expansive “war on terror.”

American Israel Public Affairs Committee

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is a leading member of the U.S. “Israel lobby.”

Committee on the Present Danger

The Committee on the Present Danger (CPD) is a neoconservative Cold War-era pressure group the was re-launched in 2004 to focus on the “war on terror.”

Foreign Policy Initiative

The Foreign Policy Initiative, founded in 2009 by a host of neoconservative figures, is a leading advocate for a militaristic and Israel-centric U.S. foreign policies.

From the Wires
OPINION: Why Israel Opposes a Final Nuclear Deal with Iran and What to Do About It

November 18, 2014

Israel’s chief fear in a possible nuclear deal with Iran is that it will lose an enemy that it shares in common with the United States, and thus Washington’s commitment to its security.

What a GOP Senate Means for Obama’s Foreign Policy

November 17, 2014

A Republican-controlled Senate could leave a huge imprint on President Obama’s foreign policy agenda during his last two years in office.

US Troops Would Have Withdrawn from Iraq With or Without Obama

November 11, 2014

George W. Bush and Barack Obama both sought to convince former Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s to keep U.S. troops being in Iraq. Both failed.

Iran Nuclear Talks: Reading the Tea Leaves

November 08, 2014

As the November 24 deadline for reaching a comprehensive nuclear deal with Iran approaches, the different sides are scrambling to ensure all bases are covered before the official resumption of talks in Vienna on November 18.

Netanyahu Is a National Security Risk—And Washington Knows It

November 06, 2014

Once a taboo topic in Washington, leading members of the foreign policy establishment now increasingly scrutinize Israel’s actions.

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