National Security Strategy 2015: A Firm Yet Open Hand to the World

The release of the National Security Strategy earlier this month was long overdue and sorely needed. In the face of Russian encroachment, the advance of Chinese hackers, and the growing threat posed by ISIS, the country has thirsted for an… Continue Reading

New Congressional Majority Threatens Negotiations with Iran

Swept into the majority in both houses of Congress by the lowest voter turnout since World War II (see Vice‘s wry reaction), Republicans are already expressing how they plan to oppose Obama’s foreign policy efforts. Their first target? Our delicate negotiations in Iran. President Obama’s… Continue Reading