American Policy at a Crossroads (Fall 2012)

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    America’s Credibility Problem with Iran

    Matthew RJ Brodsky Fall 2012
    In recent weeks, Iran has been ratcheting up pressure on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), accusing its inspectors of spying and sabotage, and...

    Lessons from Iraq for the Current Upheaval

    Bill Ardolino Fall 2012
    A Libyan civilian watches as a car from the Ansar al-Shariah Brigades burns. Hundreds of Libyans raided the Brigades' base in...

    U.S. at a Crossroads

    Senator Joseph Lieberman Fall 2012
    iF: In the Special Report that you released on the lessons from the U.S. government's failure to prevent the Fort Hood attack, you concluded...

    The Obama Doctrine: Keeping Enemies Closer

    James S. Robbins Fall 2012
    When Barack Obama was awarded the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize, the committee expected he would make "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation...

    The Crisis of the Obama-Israeli Alliance

    Jonathan S. Tobin Fall 2012
    Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives to the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem in September 2012. When President Obama...

    The Fallacy of Pursuing Nuclear Global Zero

    Peter Huessy Fall 2012
    Refurbished Minuteman missile engines, foreground, await shipment along with Peacekeeper missile motors. The United States faces a stark choice...

    Inconsistent Policies for the Arab Uprising

    Michael Sharnoff Fall 2012
    Smoke rises over the Saif al-Dawla district in Aleppo, Syria on October 2, 2012. Aleppo is on the frontline in the...

    Obama and the Middle East

    Samara Greenberg Fall 2012
    Four Years of Idealism It has been a bumpy road in the Middle East during the course of Barack Obama's term in office. Nearly two...

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