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Iran 'crazy' enough to commit economic suicide
One of the nation's leading critics of Islam doesn't think it would be wise for Iran to carry out its threat to close down a strategic waterway in response to U.S. economic sanctions.
Thomas Jefferson's example
A U.S.-born Israeli author and Middle East expert says the Obama administration should follow the example of Thomas Jefferson in dealing with Islamic terrorism.
U.S. intended target of mobile missile?
National defense analyst Bob Maginnis is taking a wait-and-see approach to a published report about North Korea developing a road-mobile intercontinental ballistic missile capable of hitting the United States.
Administration's 'self-defeating,' wishful thinking
National defense expert James Carafano thinks Vice President Joe Biden's recent gaff that the Taliban is not an enemy of the United States was based on wishful thinking rather than reality.
Wait and see on NK's new Kim
A national defense analyst and Pentagon advisor says it could take some time for the new leader of North Korea to solidify power in the wake of the death of his father, Kim Jong Il.
Maginnis: Russians getting what they want from Obama
National defense analyst Bob Maginnis says Barack Obama's lack of resolve is emboldening the Russians to demand more concessions from Washington related to strategic missile defense.
Msg to WH: Border not secure
Border enforcement advocate Ira Mehlman says a startling revelation about the murder of a Border Patrol agent confirms that the southern border of the United States isn't as secure as the White House believes.
Advice to Palestinians: Negotiate with Israel
A committee of the United Nations Security Council has announced that Palestinians don't have enough support for statehood -- news that one legal group says is welcomed.
Reason to keep eye on Iran
Experts with the Council on Foreign Relations are urging world leaders to heed the latest warning from the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency about the possible military dimensions to Iran's nuclear program.
Poll: Israel game for Iranian strike
A retired Army general and a leading terrorism expert says he wouldn't be surprised if Israel launches a preemptive strike against Iranian nuclear facilities before the end of the year.
The great Iranian threat
Bestselling author and end-times scholar Joel Rosenberg says Iran is the most dangerous adversary the United States has to confront today.
Pro-Israel pundits OK with politically motivated move
Though they believe the decision may have been politically motivated, several pro-Israel pundits think President Barack Obama did the right thing in withholding U.S. funds to a United Nations agency that has decided to unilaterally recognize a Palestinian state.
Rosenberg: Iran needs more attention
Bestselling author Joel Rosenberg thinks the media should pressure the GOP presidential candidates to confront the Iranian threat.
Libya's troubles far from over
After four decades of autocratic rule, the death of Libya's Muammar al-Gadhafi recently came at the hands of rebel forces. But policy experts suggest the end of his power creates new questions about the country's future.
Gadhafi, Libya's leader for 42 years, killed
Moammar Gadhafi, who ruled Libya with a dictatorial grip for 42 years until he was ousted by rebels in a bloody civil war, was killed Thursday when revolutionary forces overwhelmed his hometown, Sirte.
Reuters: Gaddafi killed in attack
Reuters News service is reporting that former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has died of gunshot wounds after an attack on his hometown of Sirte.
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