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Dogwhistling Past Libya

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The Romney Foreign Policy Team: Waiting in the Wings

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Whither Iran after the Likud-Kadima Union?

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The Right’s Curious Nostalgia for Military Rule

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An End to Impunity for MEK Boosters?

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Beating the Wrong Drum in Syria

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Will the GOP Own Its Position on Israel-Palestine?

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Neocons Take Aim at Ron Paul

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Turning the Tide on the “Pro-Israel” Debate

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Iran: Here We Go…

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One War Is Not Enough for GOP Candidates

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Outlandish Iran “Plot” Unleashes Calls for War

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Romney: A New Prince for the Neocons

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One Step Closer: Lieberman Calls for “No-Fly” Zone over Syria

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The Right’s Curious New Tack on Palestinian Statehood

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Israel-Firsters Declare Victory in NY-9

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Neocons Open Arms to Obama on Syria

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The Islamophobic Echo Chamber

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The Man Pulling the Anti-Sharia Strings

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Bret Stephens Disappoints

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From the Wires

September, 15 2014

Though recent global unrest has spurred an uptick in public support for military interventions, favorable U.S. attitudes toward the use of force abroad appear to be on the decline.


September, 12 2014

President Barack Obama's proposal to attack ISIS will likely receive support from Congress, but experts question his choice of tactics and allies.


September, 12 2014

Despite earlier saying that an attack on Syria would require authorization by the UN Security Council, the Obama administration has suggested that it will bypass the UN in its campaign against ISIS.


September, 11 2014

Although political conditions and opposition from the U.S. and Israel have stymied efforts to create a nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East, disarmament activists remain optimistic that progress in nuclear negotiations with Iran will open the door for wider talks.


September, 11 2014

In a recent speech at the American Enterprise Institute, former Vice President Dick Cheney said the United States should be committing "substantial military forces" to address purported threats in at least 10 countries.


September, 08 2014

Recent revelations about United Against Nuclear Iran’s access to sensitive materials have spurred allegations that it’s actually a U.S. government front. It wouldn’t be the first.


September, 04 2014

As ISIS plunges Iraq into a new sectarian and humanitarian crisis, the U.S. media has ceded the discussion of solutions to proponents of the war that helped ISIS come about.


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