American Policy at a Crossroads (Fall 2012)

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    Returning to an Economic Growth Agenda

    Alex Brill Fall 2012
    The engine of growth that has fueled the U.S. economy for over 225 years appears idle. In the five-year period from the second half...

    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...

    An Energy Policy for Long-Term Economic Growth

    H. Sterling Burnett Fall 2012
    The American economy was built, and American lifestyles depend, upon relatively inexpensive, abundant, reliable sources of energy. Indeed, economic growth depends upon increased energy...

    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...

    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...

    A Principled Health Care Plan to Empower Patients

    Representative Tom Price Fall 2012
    hen President Obama and Democrats in control of Congress set out to draft, debate, and pass health care reform, they fundamentally ignored one simple...

    Defense Sequestration Targets Small Business

    Mackenzie Eaglen Fall 2012
    The F-35 Lightning II could see significant cuts as a part of defense sequestration. The stealth multi-service aircraft is both the...

    Letter from the Publisher

    Matthew Brooks Fall 2012
    Four years into Barack Obama's presidency have seen his domestic and foreign policy agenda put to the test. The staggering results are in. Domestically,...

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