A bipartisan discussion about U.S. policy in the Middle East rehashed long-standing disagreements but found common ground in positioning foreign policy moving forward. The talk, which was co-hosted by Brown Students for Israel and the American Enterprise Institute at Brown, … [Read more...] about University hosts bipartisan Middle East discussion
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GREEN ROOM CHEAT SHEET – our notes for “Face the Nation” roundtable: A TOP CAIN ADVISER tells us the former candidate plans to endorse in the next few weeks – certainly this month, in order to affect the Iowa caucuses – and is most likely to go … [Read more...] about Obama to channel T.R. — Cain may endorse Newt — Gingrich talks Middle East, inner city this week – Perry bus tour – Iowa Poll: Newt, Ron Paul, Mitt, undecided, Bachmann, Cain, Santorum, Perry
As Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was being fired on Tuesday, his central assumptions about the Palestinian conflict with Israel, which are shared by the entire Washington foreign policy establishment, literally blew up in Gaza. On Tuesday morning, Palestinian Authority Prime … [Read more...] about Caroline Glick: Firing Rex Tillerson Removed an Obstacle to Middle East Peace
Americans have been so entangled in the Middle East for the past few decades that they have begun interpreting their own politics in the terms of that region. Is driving a car into protesters an ISIL tactic? Is pulling down statues of Confederate generals like destroying ancient … [Read more...] about Charlottesville: Is America Becoming the Middle East?
Editor’s Note: For much of the past two decades, and certainly since the invasion of Iraq in 2003, progressive foreign policy has been defined by what it is against—primarily, an aggressive neoconservatism that has led us into multiple wars in the Middle East and has … [Read more...] about How Progressives Can Change Middle East Policy