Palestine UN vote creates nothing but trouble
The Israeli-Palestinian dispute is intractable and the recent UN vote is more fool’s gold. With the ever increasing chance for a major Mideast war, the U.S. needs to confine its efforts to only serve our legitimate national interests which, bluntly, are oil and the survival of Israel.
Israel’s Iron Dome exposes misguided US missile defense
Our nation needs a multi-layered missile defense capability vis-à-vis Israel. Our forward deployed interests such as troops in Afghanistan need this structure to complete a layered defense and our homeland needs a fully funded, viable and comprehensive national missile defense system.
America accepts Mideast risk for Asia-Pacific rebalance
Prioritizing interventions and calculating risk in Syria, Libya, Israel, is part of the Obama administration’s effort to focus resources on American interests in the Asia-Pacific region.
Has America partnered with al Qaeda in Syria?
The longer it takes for Assad to fall, the more difficult it will be to remove the Islamic extremists from Syria and the worse it will be for American Mideast interests.
Obama’s second term will weaken American foreign policy
Op-ed: It seems that a second term will mirror a first, with a little more “leading from behind.”
Benghazi a barometer of Obama’s incompetence
Besides failing to adequately protect Americans abroad, the Obama administration has also failed to reveal the truth, covering itself in an “investigation.” Americans should demand the president’s resignation this Nov. 6.
Can America afford to be isolationist?
The recent foreign policy debate between Obama and Romney highlights the important conflict between isolationist tendencies in many Americans and what ultimately is best for national interests.
Romney, Obama need to discuss the threats to cybersecurity
The debate would be a perfect platform for the candidates to address our nation’s cyber infrastructure, which is constantly vulnerable to attacks from both at home and abroad.
Foreign policy takes center stage in the 2012 campaign
From Russia, to China, to the threat of radical Islam, Romney and Obama differ greatly on their policy proposals — it’s time to take a closer look at the candidates’ positions.
Is war with Iran more likely under Obama than Romney?
Analysis: While Obama focuses on nuclear nonproliferation, Romney would have his hands full with the economy and building a lasting recovery.