Barry Rubin, Tod Lindberg, Rosemary Jenks, Jack Caravelli

Can any meaningful progress be interpreted from Secretary Kerry’s new efforts in the Middle East peace process?  Dr. BARRY RUBIN cuts through the nuances and measures the U.S. role in the region according to realistic metrics.

Hoover Institution Research Fellow TOD LINDBERG discusses the polarizing figure that was Margaret Thatcher, a woman both loved and hated by the citizens of Great Britain.

ROSEMARY JENKS of Numbers USA details the fiscal crisis the US will face if millions of illegal immigrants are granted legal status, immediately making them eligible for Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid benefits.

Across the board strategy concerning U.S. nuclear posture including arms control, nuclear modernization, and missile defense has great consequence in how the U.S. relates to other great powers in terms of creating global stability.  Former CIA analyst and senior writer for Langley Intelligence Group Network, JACK CARAVELLI, breaks down where the current administration has taken us in our ability to deter aggression for ourselves and our allies, calculating for the ideological faith in a Zero Nuke world guiding their policy.

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