Martin O’Malley Declares 2016 Presidential Bid

SATURDAY, MAY 30th – In front of an audience of hundreds in Federal Hill Park in Baltimore, former Maryland Governor and Baltimore Mayor Martin O’Malley announced that he will be running for the democratic nomination for the American presidency. “I… Continue Reading

Obamacare’s Second Shot at a First Impression


Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, announced her resignation Thursday, after having privately notified the President nearly a month ago. While in the four years since the Affordable Care Act’s passage debate over the bill has never quelled,… Continue Reading

U.S. Needs to Fast Track Free Trade in the Pacific

Congressional Democrats have followed President Obama in nearly every endeavor he has pursued no matter how politically treacherous. This pattern was disrupted shortly after the most recent State of the Union, when Senate Majority Leader Reid rejected the President’s call… Continue Reading

Time for Government to Seriously Address Cybersecurity


On Tuesday, the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs and the IRC co-hosted a panel on cyber security issues entitled: “Cyber Challenges in International Security Today: What Can Governments Do?” The panel was moderated by Dr. Catherine Lotrione, and featured John… Continue Reading