JINSA Fellow Evelyn Gordon on the concern voiced by the PA over the fate of Palestinians in Syria. She contends that despite this concern, the PA still isn’t willing to negotiate in an effort to get a state that could succor them.
JINSA Visiting Fellow Yaakov Lappin discusses Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's recent campaign against the post-revolution political ambitions of the Egyptian military. This move sent clear message to Egypt and beyond: his civilian Islamist government is now in charge.
JINSA Visiting Fellow Peter Huessy examines the recently released report by Global Zero calling for steep reductions in the U.S. nuclear arsenal. If adopted, this force structure would make the world a far more dangerous place and highly unstable, Huessy contends.
The security of the United States, its NATO allies and its friends in the Middle East — especially Israel — remains significantly dependent on America’s ability to provide a robust defense for its own territory and that of its allies. In the post-Cold War era, this may seem an anachronism, but recent events highlight the need for America’s military strength.
JINSA Visiting Fellow Peter Huessy on the proposed U.S. missile defense initiative in Europe and why the Russians are demanding that we stop while they assist Iran in building the very missiles that threaten NATO.