Kissinger’s Last Advice on China, Russia Worth Heeding
Henry Kissinger, one of the world’s most famous diplomats and national security theorists, died this week at age 100. Kissinger had a profound effect on U.S. national security, helping establish U.S. diplomatic relations with communist China, negotiating a cease-fire that ended the Vietnam War, developing the détente policy with the Soviet Union, and using "shuttle diplomacy" to lower tensions in the Mideast and negotiate peace agreements.
Hamas Terrorist Attack Drove the Left’s Growing Antisemitism Into the Open
The recent huge anti-Israel and anti-Semitic demonstrations in several U.S. cities and on college campuses, as well as harassment and threats against Jewish Americans, surprised many Americans and the mainstream media.
EXPERT INSIGHT: Ukraine End State
The Biden Administration’s incremental armament of Ukraine and failure to establish an end state has entrapped America in an endless war.
ISSUE BRIEF: Pushing For Ukraine’s NATO Membership Threatens to Derail an End to the War
America’s NATO allies are contemplating fast-tracking NATO membership for Ukraine “after the war” has ended. This war, however, will likely end in a stalemate in which Ukrainian territory is still occupied by Russian forces with a ceasefire in place rather than a decisive military victory by Ukraine.
Evaluating America First Priorities in the White House Supplemental
The White House’s supplemental request for roughly $106 billion includes spending for foreign assistance to Israel and Ukraine and other foreign organizations, domestic initiatives, and border security.