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As Asad Pushes for Aleppo, Humanitarian Crisis Looms
by Michael Johnson
February 11, 2016 at 11:19 am | JPC Blog

Islamic State Shows New Influence in Libya
by Michael Johnson
February 5, 2016 at 2:39 pm | JPC Blog

New Report Claims U.S. Spying on Israel
by Michael Johnson
January 29, 2016 at 1:31 pm | JPC Blog

The Value of Tolerance
by Shoshana Bryen
January 27, 2016 | Gatestone Institute

The Iran Deal on Balance
by Shoshana Bryen
January 26, 2016 | American Thinker

The New "Cuban Missile Crisis" Mystery Deepens
by Shoshana Bryen and Stephen Bryen
January 22, 2016 | PJMedia

Iran's Hardliners Strike Back
by Michael Johnson
January 21, 2016 at 2:41 pm | JPC Blog

Turkey Pursues Accomplices After Bombing
by Michael Johnson
January 14, 2016 at 4:13 pm | JPC Blog

The Next Stage of the War
by Shoshana Bryen
January 11, 2016 | American Thinker

Tensions Rise With Tehran's Claims of Bombed Embassy
by Michael Johnson
January 8, 2016 at 4:14 pm | JPC Blog

Strategic Priorities for the Next President
by Ilan Berman
Winter 2016 | inFocus

State of the U.S. Military: A Defense Primer
by Mackenzie Eaglen and David Adesnik
Winter 2016 | inFocus

Targeted Killing of Terrorists
by Nicholas Rostow
Winter 2016 | inFocus

Missing U.S. Leadership & A Fraying International Order
by Daniel Goure
Winter 2016 | inFocus

National Security and the Cost of Defense
by Dakota L. Wood
Winter 2016 | inFocus

Cyber Threats and Russian Information Warfare
by Paul M. Joyal
Winter 2016 | inFocus

Review of: ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror
by Shoshana Bryen
Winter 2016 | inFocus

Nuclear Weapons Modernization: Challenges Ahead
by Michaela Dodge and Adam Lowther
Winter 2016 | inFocus

Where are the Intelligence Analyst Whistleblowers?
by Fred Fleitz
Winter 2016 | inFocus

Priorities for America's Military Services
Winter 2016 | inFocus

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The Jewish Policy Center provides scholarly perspectives on foreign and domestic policies that impact the Jewish community in the U.S., and the broader American public. We assert that Americans can no longer afford to hold on to outdated ideas. This includes optimism over misguided Middle East peace deals, appeasement of dictators, and unrealistic hopes that dangerous realities in the Middle East might simply change without tougher U.S. policies. [More]

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