Missile Defense Issues for the 114th Congress

The 114th Congress has seen a shift in power toward the Republican Party for the first time since 2006. Voters weary of deadlock on Capitol Hill will hold their newly elected representatives to a high standard and hope that they will work together to tackle the issues facing the nation today. After a summer of …

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Destructive Criticism

Senator Coburn’s write up on U.S. homeland missile defense is misleading and unhelpful. Homeland missile defense is a strategic necessity in today’s world. The threat ballistic missile attack from rogue states or the threat of an accidental or inadvertent launch cannot be reliably deterred by threats of offensive retaliation. Investment in building and improving our …

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Options and Objectives for the Iranian Nuclear Negotiations

ABEL ROMERO Given the advanced state of the Iranian nuclear program, it seems that there are few feasible options for preventing Iran from acquiring a weapon. No deal would prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear state, but it’s still possible to slow progress and shrink the breakout window. Given the circumstances, the best option going forward …

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President Obama’s Foreign Policy Foul

ABEL ROMERO In what was promised to be a major address clarifying his administrations foreign policy, President Obama delivered the commencement address at West Point this past Wednesday. The speech has not been well received. In April, the President described his foreign policy by saying “You hit singles; you hit doubles. Every once in a …

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