National Security Policy Analyst, Center for American Progress
Policy Analyst, Center for American Progress. Columnist, American Prospect. Co-host of Foreign Entanglements. Electric guitar canonist. Opinions my own.
esquire.com — When we asked Eat Like a Man readers to name the most life-changing burger joint in a poll last week, we kinda figured the honor would go to one of the bigger chains: Steak 'n Shake, In-N-Out, Five Guys. The others were just outnumbered.
salon.com — While the New Wave of British Heavy Metal was taking over the club scene in the UK and Europe, a batch of bands in and around Los Angeles - triggered by a love for KISS, Van Halen, and glam groups like the New York Dolls and the Sweet - were about to shake Sunset Strip like a 7.0 earthquake.
thedailybeast.com — If anyone out there was still clinging to the notion that the Israeli government officially supports a two-state peace with the Palestinians, Barak Ravid's account of the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee discussion on Tuesday should be enough to shatter that illusion.
al-monitor.com — One of the frequently discussed issues in contemporary Turkey is the political influence of " The Gulen Movement," or the religious network inspired by the teachings of Fethullah Gulen, Turkish Muslim scholar and preacher who has been living in Pennsylvania since 1998.
wired.com — In an extraordinary admission, Attorney General Eric Holder has told Congress that U.S. drone strikes since 2009 have killed four Americans - three of whom were "not specifically targeted." For all the effort that the Obama administration has gone to in asserting that its drones only kill the people that the administration intends to kill, Holder wrote in a letter today to Sen.
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - One day before President Obama is due to deliver a major speech on national security, his administration on Wednesday formally acknowledged that the United States had killed four American citizens in drone strikes in Yemen and Pakistan. In a letter to Congressional leaders obtained by The New York Times, Attorney General Eric H.
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