Shadow Government

It’s the Proliferation, Stupid

The greatest threat we face from Kim Jong Un is probably not a suicidal attack against the United States or our allies in Northeast Asia.

Shadow Government

The (Im)precise Language of the Iran Deal

Iran’s ongoing provocative behavior brings the contradiction at the heart of the Iranian nuclear deal into sharp focus.


Belgium’s Failed State Is Guarding America’s Nuclear Weapons

Washington’s traditional nuclear strategy isn’t keeping Europe safe — it’s putting everyone at risk of apocalyptic terrorism.

Shadow Government

Hillary Clinton, Neocon?

With terror in Brussels swamping the news cycle last week, speeches delivered to AIPAC’s Policy Conference by four leading U.S. presidential candidates, outlining their approaches to the Middle East, received less attention than they might have. That’s too bad.


The Islamic State’s Plot to Build a Radioactive ‘Dirty Bomb’

The jihadist group appears to have been looking for nuclear materials in Belgium.


Nuclear Deal in Place, Iran Is Testing New Missiles and Doubling Down in Syria

Tehran is wagering the Obama administration is so committed to the nuclear pact that it will look the other way.

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