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The Slow Death of Free Speech

The Slow Death of Free Speech

| April 16, 2014

How the Left, here and abroad, is trying to shut down debate—from Islam and Israel to global warming and gay marriage.

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Surprise Attack on Iran: Can Israel Do It?

Surprise Attack on Iran: Can Israel Do It?

| April 16, 2014

Conducting a military operation against Iran’s key nuclear facilities would be a challenging task for the Israeli military.

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Why Russia No Longer Fears the West

Why Russia No Longer Fears the West

| March 2, 2014

Western leaders are stunned because they haven’t realized Russia’s owners no longer respect Europeans the way they once did after the Cold War. Russia thinks the West is no longer a crusading alliance. Russia thinks the West is now all about the money.

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Saudi Nuclear Weapons ‘On Order’ from Pakistan

Saudi Nuclear Weapons ‘On Order’ from Pakistan

| November 6, 2013

Saudi Arabia has invested in Pakistani nuclear weapons projects, and believes it could obtain atomic bombs at will.

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Russia’s Muslim Future

Russia’s Muslim Future

| September 20, 2013

Some analysts foresee Muslims becoming a majority in the 21st century — a demographic revolution that would fundamentally change the country’s character.

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As Obama Hesitates, Israel Worries

As Obama Hesitates, Israel Worries

| September 5, 2013

The president’s non-action on Syria indicates he can’t be counted on to stand up to Iran’s nuclear threat either.

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Doubts Rise about the Credibility of American Power

Doubts Rise about the Credibility of American Power

| August 29, 2013

What does the world look like when people begin to doubt the credibility of American power? Unfortunately, we’re finding that out in Syria and other nations where leaders have concluded they can defy a war-weary America without paying a price.

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The Failed Grand Strategy in the Middle East

The Failed Grand Strategy in the Middle East

| August 24, 2013

The Obama administration had a grand strategy in the Middle East. It was well intentioned, carefully crafted and consistently pursued. Unfortunately, it failed.

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Inside the West’s Economic War with Iran

Inside the West’s Economic War with Iran

| November 30, 2012

In his first week as U.S. president, Barack Obama told Iran’s leaders he would extend a hand if they would “unclench their fist” and persuade the West they weren’t trying to build a nuclear bomb. So far, they have not. In response, the United States and the European Union this year took a step they […]

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American Power is on the Wane

American Power is on the Wane

| January 14, 2009

As the world stumbles from the truly horrible year of 2008 into the very scary year of 2009, there seems, on the face of it, many reasons for the foes of America to think that the world’s number one power will take heavier hits than most other big nations.

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