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Misnavigating America

Sunday, February 14th, 2016

As if seven years of Obama’s efforts to diminish the world’s superpower were not enough, recent events in the Middle East highlight the need for American leadership capable of righting the ship. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter’s statement that the U.S. sailors “obviously had misnavigated” two boats into Iran’s territorial waters illustrates the…

The U.S. Cyber Vulnerability Goes On

Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

Is there anyone in the United States whose personal information has not been stolen, yet? Hard to tell. The government agencies seem slow in detecting such breaches, slower in reporting about them, and very slow in resolving problems arising from such thefts.  Take today’s Internal Revenue Service’s  announcement of the latest breach. The... ...

Palestinian Attacks Against Israel at Home and Abroad ( January 13-20, 2016)

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

Left: Picture posted on the Facebook page of QudsN, after the lethal stabbing attack in Otniel, in which Dafna Meir, 39, the mother of six, was murdered at the entrance to her home, while her children were watching helplessly.  The single word in the center of the post reads: “Otniel.” The inscription at the... ...

What Should Israel Worry About?

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

A former director of the Central Intelligence Agency recently stated that the intelligence community in the U.S. has a perfect record of identifying future threats: “We have never been right”. The one thing we know nothing about is the future. Nevertheless we have no choice but to try to peer... ...

Xi’s Bluffing Hand*

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

Next week’s state visit of China’s No. 1 Xi Jinping looks to be all pomp and circumstance. There is little expectation that the long list of critical issues between Washington and Beijing will be addressed in any substantive way. And, in fact, the international Greek chorus which sings a baleful... ...

Obama’s Threats Unlikely To Stop Cyber Attacks

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

Left: US President Barack Obama is expected to take a firm line on the issue of hacking during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit. Photo: AP Talk about imposing sanctions on Chinese and Russian individuals and a company benefiting from their government’s looting of American trade, military and personnel secrets, is cheap, but futile. ... ...


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