US Should Help Argentina Solve Terrorism Case

US Should Help Argentina Solve Terrorism Case

Will the presidential victory of Mauricio Macri in Argentina finally bring justice to the victims of the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires? Will it solve the murder of the AMIA investigatio

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Stop pretending Islamic terror is our fault

Stop pretending Islamic terror is our fault

A Canadian is among the dead in an Islamic terrorist attack on Thursday in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. Daesh, also known as ISIS or the Islamic State, has taken responsibility, marking their second deadly foreign

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Ukraine Can’t Prosper While It’s Still Corrupt

Ukraine Can’t Prosper While It’s Still Corrupt

My recent visits to Ukraine, other countries formerly in the Soviet sphere, and their neighbors have convinced me that Kiev presides over a nation in terrible shape, at least compared to its former comrades. Infrastruct

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The Beginning of the End for Venezuela’s Al Capone

The Beginning of the End for Venezuela’s Al Capone

An economy crippled by inefficiency and streets flooded with crime have long marred Caracas and the rest of Venezuela. Over the years, corruption has paved the way for organized crime to overrun the Bolivarian Republic,

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Iran’s Invisible Shadow in a Prosecutor’s Death

Iran’s Invisible Shadow in a Prosecutor’s Death

President Obama was clear in his message to Congress during this week’s State of the Union: “I will veto any new sanctions bill that threatens to undo this progress [with Iran].” While the room applauded, the Pres

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The “New Normal” in Cuba, U.S. and China Relations

The “New Normal” in Cuba, U.S. and China Relations

In December 2013, President Obama announced plans to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba, ending over fifty years of official non-recognition. The decision does not lift the decades-long economic embargo, which only

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Vimos como Nisman se acercaba cada vez más …

Vimos como Nisman se acercaba cada vez más …

Joseph Humire es Director del Center for a Secure Free Society de Washington DC, consultado por Fabiana Suárez, de radio  Fisherton CNN acerca de la visión de los Estados Unidos por el caso “Nisman”  expr

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Sound economics for a stronger defense

Sound economics for a stronger defense

In times of intense budgetary pressure, the tagline for the new 114th U.S. Congress should be “do more, with less.” This is definitely a mantra the U.S. military has adopted since the trillion-dollar, decade-long de

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