Category Archives: War powers

The Lonely Answer: Syria is for Realists

By Ken Feltman I didn’t set a red line, the world set a red line. -President Barack Obama    Yes, President Obama once again decided to vote “present” instead of making a decision. This is but the latest in a … Continue reading

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Phares to Arab media: Strategically, the U.S. lost to Iran in Iraq

By Dr. Walid Phares In a series of interview on Arab media, Professor Walid Phares a Congressional advisor and the author of The Coming Revolution: Struggle for Freedom in the Middle East said “in the big geopolitical picture in the region the United … Continue reading

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LIBYA, WAR POWERS AND THE CONSTITUTION

By Anthony W. Hawks Several recent events make it appropriate and timely to begin discussing the Constitution’s allocation of war powers. First, today marks the 100th day of Libyan bombing by NATO and U.S. forces, well after the maximum 90-day deadline for … Continue reading

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