As the 2016 campaign approaches, it is important to communicate a positive vision for what a Republican administration would want to accomplish in foreign affairs. No one wins the White House just by playing defense.
The ubiquitous reports of India’s emergence as a great power are bogus. The road is long, the advance slow and the arrival date uncertain.
Manila seems to have placed almost all of its strategic eggs in the (uncertain) legal basket.
"No single event has defined Iran’s revolutionary ideology, politics, perspectives on society, and security more than the Iran-Iraq War."
"What are the biggest disasters in American military history, and what effect have they had on the United States?"
"Adjustments in the air campaign now could tip the balance in favor of our partners and obviate the need for the deployment of ground forces later on."
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