How Well Should You Be Sleeping?
Five years after 9/11 the United States is not winning the inaptly named "war" on terrorism.
U.S. policy in Iraq—and elsewhere around the world—ought to be based on reality. Iraq is already a partitioned country. Recognizing that allows us to craft a strategy to salvage success.
A Test of Power
The Bush Administration has vastly exaggerated the dangers associated with the development of an Iranian nuclear weapons program and underestimated the deterrent capacity of U.S. military power.
Oil Price Warfare
War with Iran does not appear imminent and the prospect has not been a hot electoral issue. But Howard explains why war with oil-producing nations will likely be wholly unanticipated.
Revolt of the Maccabees
The Biblical account tells a cautionary tale for Mid-East policy today—to those reading between the lines.