Antony T. Sullivan


Sectarian infighting and foreign intervention breed intrigue on the Lebanese political scene. Last summer’s war had a devastating effect—but factional power politics and Hizballah’s rising popularity threaten to make matters worse.

Five years after 9/11 the United States is not winning the inaptly named "war" on terrorism.


The ISG report is the most important statement on U.S. foreign policy in decades. It will impact U.S. Iran policy. The reaction in Israel could surprise.

Author seizes on propitious moment for outlining the impossible challenges and unmentionable solutions for a Middle East peace.

It is time to move forward in Iraq by moving out.

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April 20, 2014