BOOM: Exploding Arab Arms Imports, US Dealers, Drive GOP War Hawks

March 28, 2015

Many commentators were astonished when, in February, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Egypt, and greeted his host, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah…

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Crude Caucus: GOP Hawks Defend Nuclear Red Lines or Oil Pipelines?

March 26, 2015

If you’ve been paying a lot less to fill up your car since last summer, you can thank Saudi Arabia…

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The GOP’s New Tin Soldiers March to the Beat of Wall Street’s War Drum

March 25, 2015

Many have focused on the Israeli connection to Republican Senator Tom Cotton’s letter to Iran since it was publicized on…

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Documents Cast Iraq War Justification Into Question

March 24, 2015

In late 2002 and early 2003, American involvement in the war in Afghanistan would go on for another dozen years…

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Has Netanyahu Finally Destroyed the Special Relationship Between the US and Israel?

March 24, 2015

Netanyahu was willing to do anything to pull out a win in last weeks election. With his Likud Party looking…

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NetanyaHubris Springs Eternal

March 18, 2015

Heading into the Israeli election, fairly confident predictions of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s impending political demise peppered the American…

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Cyber D-Day: Anonymous Exposes 9,200 Pro-ISIS Twitter Accounts

March 16, 2015

In what hacktivists are claiming is one of the biggest collaborations and broadly effective operations in digital history, Anonymous has…

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An Open Letter to the Iranian People

March 15, 2015

Dear People of Iran, The American and Iranian governments are negotiating to monitor nuclear development in Iran, in exchange for…

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Tom Cotton Bows Down to Weapons Lobbyists Day After Letter Sabotaging Iran Deal

March 9, 2015

Freshman Senator Tom Cotton, Republican from Arkansas, organized a letter to Iran, threatening them that any deal with President Barack…

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Netanyahu’s Greatest Insult Is to the American People

March 4, 2015

Netanyahu’s speech to Congress, in which he called Obama’s negotiation a “very bad deal,” generated plenty of umbrage in Washington.…

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