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All of these fiascoes brought to you by a president who micromanaged all U.S. Middle East policy supported by a team that
As you may have heard, we've got an election coming up back home. My apologizing for the A-bomb would be like tossing a kitten to a pack of hyenas. Plus Hillary would have to outflank me to the right.
Preventing an Iranian nuclear bomb has been a key goal of Ploughshares Fund and many other security experts for decades. To suggest otherwise -- as David Samuels did -- is absurd.
The Ben Rhodes I know is a thoughtful and an experienced leader who spends more time figuring out how to elevate the people around him than himself. He is among a small handful of individuals who were hand-selected by President Obama to serve in his White House.
The state of journalism today is the responsibility of the news corporations, capricious media owners and fluctuating editors-in-chief who decided 15 some odd years ago that the media would give the people the "content" they wanted and not the information they needed.
House Republicans are pressing top White House adviser Ben Rhodes to testify on Capitol Hill following controversial comments
While Rhodes raises largely valuable points about the grave deficiencies of the current news media and long-term foreign policy establishment, what he doesn't address is the lack of preparedness on the part of the administration in dealing with a chaotic world it may be making even more chaotic.
The New York Times Magazine editor defended the description, though he acknowledged the journalists should have been contacted for comment.
It is inevitable that the Syria of today is going to disintegrate into a bunch of inedible pieces. The U.S. cannot salvage
President Obama has made America's worst strategic blunder by empowering the anti-American regime in Iran, acquiescing in its burgeoning hegemonic role in the Middle East, while legitimating its status as a nuclear threshold power.
"Syria's the more challenging side of the border, candidly," Rhodes said. "You need a partner. I mean, it's true that you
White House Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes agreed with former deputy director of the CIA Mike Morell's comment that James Foley's death marked the first example of terrorism against the United States during a press briefing Friday.
Ben Rhodes, the White House's Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications & Speechwriting, said that journalist
That's when Enzi raised his objections and basically halted the proceeding. On Thursday night, a Republican senator refused
Benghazi has turned into an investigation about talking points. It has become a political rallying cry for Republicans, who see it as the gift that will keep on giving all the way to November 2016, while overlooking similar such incidents under Republican presidents.
White House disappointed with Saudi Arabia barring American journalist from Obama's visit.
One day after The White House released 100 pages of Benghazi emails, a report has surfaced alleging that Republicans released