Egypt will set course for Middle East

Egypt will set course for Middle East

With the ebb and flow of major clashes in Cairo's Tahrir Square since the Arab Spring began nearly two years ago, it’s easy to get bogged down in the details of who’s doing what to whom on any given day. Americans

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11 years after 9/11 why are we still fighting the last war to keep America safe?

11 years after 9/11 why are we still fighting the last war to keep America safe?

As we mark the 11th anniversary of September 11 terrorist attacks on America, we’re undoubtedly safer to flying on a plane – but that’s just about it. Sure, a lot has been accomplished since that horrific day -- we

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Iranian Weapons on America’s Doorstep

Iranian Weapons on America’s Doorstep

While many of the world’s leaders traveled to a Mexican seaside resort in Los Cabos for the annual Group of 20 meeting a couple weeks ago, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad traveled a little farther south, to Rio

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The War of All the People: The Nexus of Latin American Radicalism and Middle Eastern Terrorism

The War of All the People: The Nexus of Latin American Radicalism and Middle Eastern Terrorism

The War of All the People elucidates the ideological and political war against the United States, capitalism, and the widely accepted tenets of modernity. Spearheading this war are Hugo Chávez of Venezuela and Mah

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Five signs Obama is losing Latin America

Five signs Obama is losing Latin America

While President Obama made headlines for downplaying the threat posed by Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez to national security, such naive remarks should hardly come as a surprise given his track record. Though most of Mr. O

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Top 5 changes at the Pentagon under Obama

Top 5 changes at the Pentagon under Obama

Over the past couple weeks some of President Obama’s most fervent fans have openly deserted him – expressing a commonly heard frustration from his liberal base that his popular 2008 campaign slogan “hope and change

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Book Review of Jorge Vestrynge’s “Peripheral Warfare and Revolutionary Islam”

Book Review of Jorge Vestrynge’s “Peripheral Warfare and Revolutionary Islam”

SFS Executive Director, Joseph M. Humire wrote a book review for the 2012 Spring/Summer issue of the Journal of International Security Affairs.  Mr. Humire reviews Jorge Vestrynge's infamous book on "Peripheral War

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Putin skips the G8 summit — it’s time to re-set our relationship with Russia

Putin skips the G8 summit — it’s time to re-set our relationship with Russia

The Russian “re-set button” that was grandly announced by President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton in 2009 was a unilateral gesture -- and thus it’s no surprise the Bear is still smiling. Now with President

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