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  • The Obama Doctrine’s Misleading Rhetoric on Terrorism

    Despite the Obama Administration’s narrative, the al-Qaeda network and its radical ideology pose an unbroken and significant danger to the United States homeland and its interests. For nearly a year, the Obama Administration, including current Homeland Security Secretary nominee Jeh Johnson, claimed that the core of al-Qaeda is “degraded, disorganized … More

    Remembering Kristallnacht and the Victims of Nazism

    Last week marked the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht—“The Night of Broken Glass.” On the night of November 9, 1938, across Germany, Austria, and the Sudetenland, synagogues were burned, Jewish-owned businesses were looted, and 91 people were killed. An estimated 30,000 Jewish men were carted off to prison or concentration camps, … More

    Maintaining Strong Ties with the Baltic States Benefits the U.S.

    Some of the United States’ most eager and engaged international partners are in Eastern Europe. A new report by The Heritage Foundation highlights the contributions of America’s Eastern European allies and underscores the importance of security cooperation between the U.S. and the Baltic states—Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. As noted by … More

    NATO: Is America AWOL?

    NATO will conduct one of its largest military exercises since the end of the Cold War, but the U.S. is planning to send only a token contribution. This poor commitment will not go unnoticed by American allies in Eastern Europe. Exercise Steadfast Jazz will take place in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, … More

    Behind the Scenes with Margaret Thatcher

    It has been almost 23 years since Lady Margaret Thatcher left 10 Downing Street and more than 10 years since she retired from politics completely. What is it about this leader that keeps her in the headlines and sparks both debate and praise throughout the world? According to Robin Harris, … More