Archive for the 'Harold Rhode' Category

MICHAEL RUBIN, of American Enterprise Institute, dissects the results of the recent Iranian Presidential elections and subsequent win of so-called moderate candidate, Hassan Rouhani, and what this really means for the region and for the United States as well as what changes, if any, the world can expect to see from the country's new and moderate president.

HAROLD RHODE, of the Gatestone Institute, explains why the new Iranian president is not—and cannot—be "moderate" in the American sense of the word, and how Iran is purposefully trying to lure the US into a state of false security.

ROBERT ZARATE, Policy Director at the Foreign Policy Initiative, looks towards the upcoming U.S. and Russia meeting, specifically looking at the issues of nuclear de-armament and Russia’s plan of action in regards to this issue.

GORDON CHANG, of, touches on the subject of Edward Snowden and the growing possibility that he is working with the Chinese government. Chang also gives his analysis of China's economic future based on recent stock market closings and other fiscal signs.

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With Dr. Walid Phares, Harold Rhode, Roger Noriega, and Gordon Chang

Author DR. WALID PHARES analyzes the recent attack against Israel and looks at who could have perpetrated such an act. He also looks at the fragile “peace” between Egypt and Israel.

HAROLD RHODE of the Gatestone Institute explains Iran’s intentions to become the regional power in the Middle East and the implications it has on the security of other nations such as Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Middle Eastern nations that were once “friendly” to the US are now siding with Iran in light of the Obama Administration’s failure to stop Iran’s nuclear activities.

Latin American expert ROGER NORIEGA looks at China’s growing influence within the region as well as Venezuela’s grip on surrounding nations. The Obama Administration seems to be ignoring all the warning signs of an impending disaster.

Asian analyst GORDON CHANG explains the need for America to stay strong in Asia because China is becoming more aggressive in anticipation of US defense cuts. There is growing turmoil within the communist party as they return to their old ways of handling business.

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