- Trump tax plan, the budget showdown, and Trump’s first 100 days
- Syria, North Korea, United passenger fiasco
- Devin Nunes, environmental regulation, web privacy
- Trump-Russia, health care, Neil Gorsuch
- GOP health care bill, wiretapping, Day Without a Woman
- Trump addresses Congress, Jeff Sessions in hot water
- Venezuela: An Indictment of Socialism?
- Immigration, Milo Yiannopoulos, transgender bathrooms
- Immigration, Betsy DeVos, terrorism
- Inauguration boycotts, Chelsea Manning, James Comey
War against ISIS: Lead with the Military?
Is the war against ISIS primarily a military one, or does diplomacy have a role? Two foreign policy experts debates the subject.
Win Without War
Stephen Miles is the advocacy director for Win Without War. He previously served as the executive director of the American Hellenic Council focused on advancing Greek American concerns through community-based advocacy. Stephen is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Tulane University with academic expertise in humanitarian interventions and Middle Eastern politics.
Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer (ret.)
London Center for Policy Research
Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer (retired) serves a senior fellow at the London Center’s Center for Advanced Defense Studies. He is a nationally known subject matter expert on intelligence collection and policy, terrorism, data mining, situational awareness, and adaptive/disruptive technologies. He is also a senior advisor to multiple organizations on terrorism, cyber operations, and counterinsurgency issues and a member of the U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum.