Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Beginning or the End?: President Obama’s New War on Terror

By: Bryan Reines On May 23, President Obama spoke at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. to address rising concerns about America’s counterterrorism strategies.  According to a Gallup poll conducted on March 20-21, 65% of the American public agrees the U.S. government should use drones against suspected terrorists.[i]  Nevertheless, the Obama Administration felt the […]

Reconsidering National Security: How Obama’s War on Terror Policy has made America Safer

By: Christopher Linnan In politics it often makes more sense to be confidently wrong than unconfidently right.  Unfortunately, this lesson was demonstrated many times over during the Bush Administration and its War on Terror.  The last five years have seen a sharp relief from the previous presidency and its approach to combating terrorism.  If one […]


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