Making the Most of Missile Defense

It’s obvious why the bluster and brinksmanship over the nuclear-missile situation between the U.S. and North Korea produces so much tension: If an ICBM were launched at us or one of our allies, what could we do?

We’re not completely vulnerable, though, and for a very good reason: We have a missile-defense system in place. And for that, we can thank the man who unveiled the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) 35 years ago. President Reagan’s address to the nation on March 23, 1983, was a real game-changer.

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The Palestinian-North Korean Connection

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A thorough examination of the track record of the Palestinian Authority, the PLO, Fatah (all three headed by Mahmoud Abbas) and Hamas is a prerequisite for a realistic assessment of the nature of the proposed Palestinian state and its potential impact upon vital US interests in the Middle East.

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Convergence of US-Israel national security interests

In 2017, the national security interests of the US and Israel have converged, in an unprecedented manner, in response to the anti-US Arab Tsunami; anti-US Islamic terrorism; the declining European posture of deterrence; drastic cuts in the US defense budget; an increasingly unpredictable, dangerous globe; Israel’s surge of military and commercial capabilities and US-Israel shared values.

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The Once Great but now Rogue State of America

I recently got into a fight with one of my nephew’s Facebook friends. Nephew had posted a couple of news articles about North Korea which had been written by different people.

These articles indicated that life for North Korean’s is not actually what has been portrayed to us in the media. (As if the Media and Politicians would lie!)

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