The U.S. Government Shutdown Damaged America’s Standing In The International Community

Richard Guerra looks at how the international community views the U.S. after its recent government shutdown.

Iran Changing Course on Nukes? Establishing a Legal Framework for Nuclear Negotiations with Iran’s New Leadership

Ben Haight discusses how the U.S. should use diplomacy when dealing with Iran.

More Than Just Money: United States’ Aid Package to Egypt

Ross Clark explores the military aid relationship between the United States and Egypt.

Three Questions Congress Must Ask on Syria

Photo Credit: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images[1] By: Scott Stedjan President Obama surprised many in the foreign policy world last week when he decided to seek Congressional authorization for a military strike against Syria. Some in Congress welcomed the decision, while others, such as Congressman Peter King (R-NY) argued that “President Obama is abdicating his responsibility as […]

U.S. Conducts Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Test

Photo Courtesy: U.S. Air Force[1] By: Garrett Redfield Today at 9:27am EST, the United States Air Force tested an “unarmed” intercontinental ballistic missile called the Minuteman III. According to Air Force Global Strike Command officials, the purpose of the test was “to validate and verify the effectiveness, readiness and accuracy of the weapon system.” Interestingly, […]

U.S. Ambassadorial Postings For Sale

By: Garrett Redfield U.S. Ambassador Dennis Jett (Ret.) and Dr. Johannes Fedderke recently co-wrote a paper that concluded that there is a significant relationship between persons who contribute to a U.S. presidential candidate’s campaign and individuals who are being appointed as “ambassadors in high income OECD countries.” What’s even more disturbing about this report is […]

Dead Man Walking

Matthew Ceccato analyzes the various challenges of U.S. intervention in Syria.

Depression and Mistrust in the ‘Greatest Country in the World’

Natalie Schreffler discusses the illusion of U.S. citizens having the happiest and most productive lives in the world.

International Bullying Epidemic

Garrett Redfield highlights how bullying is a universal problem and how South Korea is combating the issue.

Deferred Action or Blatant Procrastination?

In the editorial by Natalie Schreffler, she discusses the heated issue of illegal immigration.

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