America Cannot Afford an Endless War in Afghanistan By Jim McGovern and John Isaacs Read this post on the Huffington Post. It’s time to face the fact that the U.S. mission in Afghanistan has changed significantly since 2001 when Congress passed the authorization for the use of military force there. We simply cannot continue on […]
Our statement on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which was sent to the President on Tuesday night.
Senate’s biggest defense hawk isn’t pushing as hard as his House counterparts are for more robust nuclear development and missile defense. John Isaacs weighs in for the National Journal.
US Anti-Russian Missile Deployment in Europe Would Be Costly Read the full article at Sputnik International Experts claim that US missile deployment in Europe to counter alleged Russian violations of would be a costly and time-prohibitive endeavour that not all NATO allies would welcome. WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — US missile deployment in Europe to counter alleged […]
Can Obama’s Iran Deal Outlive His Presidency? February 27, 2015 By Josh Rogin “If the deal is not submitted to Congress, I and many others will make clear that Barack Obama will be in office for 23 months and I will be in office for 6 years. And the Iranians should take that into their […]