The back and forth between Obama and Romney regarding the killing of Osama bin Laden has framed the foreign policy debate for this presidential election cycle.
The 20 percent enriched uranium is the closest Iran has come to weapons grade uranium and it is still not any where near the 90% enriched uranium needed for a nuclear weapon.
With the development of the Iran’s nuclear enrichment site underneath a mountain, surgical strikes to end Iran’s enrichment program may be off the table. And the rhetoric out of Washington may shift to overt regime change.
The recent passing of Kim Jung Ill in North Korea and the current debate in the GOP primary over US aid and support for Israel reminded me of a historical event that ties the three countries together.
The document goes on to state in a key statement, “Iran’s nuclear program and its willingness to keep open the possibility of developing nuclear weapons is a central part of its deterrent strategy.”
Assad has also stated that should a US strike take place against Syria, “All these events(striking Tel Aviv, calling on Hezbollah to strike northern Israel) will happen in three hours, but in the second three hours, Iran will attack the U.S. warships in the Persian Gulf and the U.S. and European interests will be targeted simultaneously.”
The Chinese yuan and it’s lack of appreciation could begin to attract interest in the United States.
Herman Cain shied away from the neocon label during his questioning on Meet the Press, but the former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza said he would defer to military brass regarding decisions about troop movements. Given the option of keeping troops in the foreign theater, military leadership will always find a reason not to end an [...]
Tweet The latest tragedy that took the lives of 38 American soldiers, 7 afghan troops,and a translator in Afghanistan has forced the “why are we still there?” discussion back into the headlines. The Obama administration still has no credible plan for complete withdrawal from either Iraq or Afghanistan. This helicopter being shot down shows the [...]
Shocked by Clappers honesty, Senator Carl Levin stepped in and attempted to redirect Clapper by saying, “You didn’t mention Iran or North Korea, which would have been the first two countries I would have thought of in response to that question.” This interaction is further evidence that all current US adventures are attempts to control key resource supply lines