Published October 25, 2012
During the final 2012 presidential debate, Barack Obama asserted Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi had more American blood on his hands than anyone other than Al Qaeda’s founding leader.
Published September 21, 2012
President Morsi and other members of Egypt’s new leadership seem to think they have a a greenlight to make their country a new haven for the leaders of various terror groups.
Published September 10, 2012
It is now clear that for the Islamic Republic of Iran, Al Qaeda’s survival is a big priority. The United States has been remiss in failing to disrupt this deadly network.
Published August 24, 2012
Much has been said about the Muslim Brotherhood. But what do we really know?
Published August 06, 2012
America’s presidents and too many of their advisers have discounted the threats posed by the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Published July 19, 2012
Responding to news of the attack in Bulgaria, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu advised “all signs point to Iran.” He notified the world that “Israel will react strongly to Iran’s terror.” What does that mean for President Obama and the US?
Published July 07, 2012
Elections are underway in Libya. The emir of a prominent militant group appears to be is edging closer to securing an official leadership role in post-Qaddafi Libya. That's not welcome news. Here's why.
Published July 03, 2012
Issuing apologies to a government whose intelligence apparatus has been a top supporter of militants who today target Americans in Afghanistan and beyond will be perceived as one thing only in countries where movements like Al Qaeda are thriving: A display of American weakness. But notably, of course, within Pakistan itself.