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WASHINGTON -- Sequestration is not the best time to be doling out foreign aid, surely the most unpopular item in the federal budget. Especially when the recipient is President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt. Morsi is intent on getting the release of Omar Abdel-...
WASHINGTON - Sequestration is not the best time to be doling out foreign aid, surely the most unpopular item in the federal budget. Especially when the recipient is President Mohammed Morsi of Egypt. Morsi is intent on getting the release of Omar Abdel-...
The Hartford CourantOn foreign policy, President Barack Obama effectively posted a sign on the White House lawn last summer that said: Come back after Election Day. Now, the moment has arrived and the world's problems are lining up for Obama's attention. To manage the...
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's blatantly anti-Semitic statements nearly three years ago should hardly be shocking to anyone familiar with the history of the Muslim Brotherhood movement. In newly unearthed videos, Morsi is shown railing against...
Tags: Religious Conflicts, Treaties, Islam, Philosophy, Mohamed Morsi
The year 2012 will go into the history books as one of contrasting transitions. China’s five- year cycle for Communist Party congresses and leadership turnover overlapped with the U.S.’s four-year electoral calendar. And if that once-in-20-...
Tags: Political Systems, Bill Clinton, Elections, Politics, China
Has anyone ever gotten your goat before? Supposedly the saying "get your goat" originated from the early horse racing days where goats were kept with nervous racehorses to keep them calm before the event. If you wanted to beat the competition, you would...
Taxidermy is not front and center at the Oriental Institute Museum's new ornithological exhibition That art form is better observed to the north, at the Field Museum, where the institution's Ronald and Christina Gidwitz Hall of Birds has recently been...
Brian Fitzpatrick is a veteran Google Chicago engineer who majored in Latin but has become an expert in government censorship of the Internet. Two years ago his team of five engineers, all working in Chicago, began tallying and helping publish the number...
The Hartford CourantYou can see what the Egyptian revolution has achieved, 20 months on, by visiting Menoufia, a rural area of the Nile Delta that was the birthplace of the deposed dictator, Hosni Mubarak: Everything is different outwardly, but beneath the surface, almost...
Two years ago, Californian and citizen of the world Sarah Shourd was released from prison in Iran after an intense international campaign to free her. A bit more than a year later, that effort, including pressure from the State Department, Oman (the...
Tags: Noam Chomsky, Prisons, Shane Bauer, Iran, The Huffington Post
The Hartford CourantIn the week following 9/11/12 something big happened: the collapse of the Cairo Doctrine, the centerpiece of President Barack Obama's foreign policy. It was to reset the very course of post-9/11 America, creating, after the (allegedly) brutal depredations...
Tags: Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama, YouTube, Iran, Al-Qaeda
In a presidential campaign dominated by voters' unhappiness with the economy, it took a tragedy — the killing of a U.S. ambassador by Libyan extremists — to prompt a real debate on foreign policy. It may be tempting to decide that last week's...
Mar 11, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
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Oct 24, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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Sep 16, 2012 |Column| Los Angeles Times
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