We will witness a battle between a Congress that desires to restore a proactive approach to US foreign affairs and an administration that seeks to continue to limp down the path to the finish line of the next presidential inauguration. It could be a long two years.Read More »
From an Intelligence Perspective, was 9/11 Avoidable?
On this, the twelfth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on New York’s World Trade Centre, the wounds are still fresh and raw in much of the West. Images of men and women diving to their deaths, rather than be crushed and of emergency personnel dying to save those inside the towers still haunt almost aspect of Western politics.Read More »
Guest Article: Obama and Cameron on the Road to Damascus
Guest Contributor: Dr James D. Boys 25th August 2013 During his all too brief time as president, John F. Kennedy was understood to have lamented the difficulty he faced in making the threat of American power credible. ‘The place to ...Read More »
In Defence of Drone Strikes
By Jacob Campbell – Senior Fellow 24th June 2013 They say it is far easier to criticize something than to propose a solution. When it comes to the methods by which the United States prosecutes the war on terror, idealistic ...Read More »