Foreign/Defense Policy

After D-Day, What Endures

After D-Day, What Endures

By John Biver

It’s been a week and the articles continue to be posted about that Day of Days that took place seventy years ago June 6th. Sheila Liaugminas over at Mercatornet.com put together a series of…

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The Day of Reckoning

The Day of Reckoning

By John Biver

Note: Richard Fernandez at PJ Media has written an excellent analysis of the latest events in Iraq and of the Obama presidency to date. Here are a few excerpts. Ernest Hemingway observed that people…

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D-Day + 70 Years

By John Biver

We stand on a lonely, windswept point on the northern shore of France. The air is soft, but 40 years ago at this moment, the air was dense with smoke and the cries of…

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Debating Islamism’s Trajectory

Debating Islamism’s Trajectory

By John Biver

In this “information age” we are called upon to “multitask.” One of the bigger challenges we face as citizens is, at times, figuring out who is right and who is wrong on so many…

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Debating Islamism’s Trajectory

By John F. Biver

In this “information age” we are called upon to “multitask.” One of the bigger challenges we face as citizens is, at times, figuring out who is right and who is wrong on so many…

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Video: Iran and the Bomb

By John Biver

From Prager University: Course Description Many countries have nuclear weapons, and many more want them. Only one, though, has its neighbors and the world terrified. That country is Iran. Why is everyone so concerned?…

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Video: The Middle East Problem

By The Editor

From Prager University: Recently, the United States tried to broker negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. You may wonder why Israel and its neighbors are always fighting and always in the news. What exactly…

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