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Charles Darwin Has Much to Teach Us About War
Writer, History Professor, Retired Lieutenant Colonel (USAF)
In his model of the face of nature, Darwin showcases the interconnectedness of all species, together with the way in which changes to that face (the hammer blows) favor some species (wedges) while forcing out others.
Slip Sliding Away
Founder, Deep Streams Institute and Coming Home Project
ISIS is cruelly and provocatively murdering innocents. Naturally we are appalled and outraged. They must be brought to justice. Revenge, however, has proved to be quite a corrosive fuel for foreign policy strategy in a hornet's nest of a region even the word "quagmire" does not do justice.
Foreign Policy Focus Should Move From Middle East to Africa
Team Leader Essex County Organizing for Action
Hey everyone, remember Darfur? The massive murder, rape and torture of tens of thousands pf civilians by the government and
U.S. Military Averaging More Than a Mission a Day in Africa
Managing Editor, TomDispatch.com
Since its inception, U.S. Africa Command has consistently downplayed its role on the continent. Meanwhile, far from the press or the public, the officers running its secret operations have privately been calling Africa "the battlefield of tomorrow, today."
The Dither Mongers
Screenwriter, Playwright, Lyricist, author of musicals Rothsch...
Google the word "dithering" together with the name Obama and out comes Charles Krauthammer calling him a ditherer over foreign
Steve Jobs' Syrian Father: I Am 'Embarrassed' By Obama's Inaction On Syria
Steve Jobs' biological father John Jandali, a Syrian American, joins HuffPost Live and claims that he is "embarrassed" by the lack of intervention from President Obama.
Obama: With Chemical Attack, 'Basic Rules Were Violated'
President Obama addresses the nation regarding the ongoing crisis in Syria, claiming that with the use if chemical weapons, basic rules against humanity were violated.
With No Perfect Option on Syria, President Obama's Call for Congressional Action Is a Win-Win
Founder / Author of The Bipartisan Bridge
If Congress approves the proposal, then President Obama's ability to conduct effective military action will be strengthened. Even if Congress rejects the president's proposal, he still benefits.
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What To Do About Iran's Nuclear Program
Joseph Blady, M.D.
Former program officer for the Under Secretary of Defense for ...
Iran blusters too much, and if it only means half of what it says, Israel should fear for its safety. However, much mitigates against military action, either by Israel alone, or in consort with the United States.
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