Written by Stratfor
Editor's Note: This is the first installment of a two-part series on the relationship between Central Asia and Afghanistan and the expected effects of the U.S. drawdown in Afghanistan on Central Asian security.
Written by Marshall Frank
The Religion of Peace continues to make their mark by murdering masses of innocent people in cold blood for not being Muslims, or worse, for being Christians and Jews. Sometimes, they kill their own innocent women and children because they aren’t the same ilk of Islam, Sunni vs Shiite. Oh yes, ...
Written by Dennis Prager
With this weekend’s massacre by Muslim terrorists at a mall in Nairobi, Kenya, and Muslim terrorists killing about 80 Christians at a Christian church in Pakistan, most people wonder what, if anything in addition to a continuing war on terror, can be done to minimize the scourge of Islamic terror.
Written by American Dream
Over the past couple of days, we have witnessed some absolutely horrific examples of Islamic terror groups specifically targeting Christians and those from other non-Muslim religions. Sadly, this is not a new phenomenon. Radical Islamic jihadists are constantly attacking churches and ...
Written by Kenneth L. Wainstein
For the launch of its National Security Law Program, The Heritage Foundation invited Kenneth Wainstein, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism under George W. Bush, to address such national security issues as: Does the United States need a new statutory ...
Written by Morning Star News
By Nigeria Correspondent
GURA DABWAM, Nigeria, September 16, 2013 (Morning Star News) – In the latest night raids by Muslim herdsmen and soldiers in Plateau state, a Christian and his two teenage sons this month were killed and his wife wounded, Christian leaders said.
Ethnic Fulani herdsmen and ...
Written by Ryan Mauro
A Lebanese reporter for the Al-Monitor Middle East news service explains that Iran and Hezbollah view the Syrian civil war not only in a strategic context, but in a prophetic one. In their belief, the radical Sunnis will conquer Syria for a short period of time and then Iranian forces will ...
Written by L. Lavi and N. Shamni
Since Egyptian president Muhammad Mursi's removal from power, the Egyptian public and media – both pro- and anti-Mursi – have been fiercely attacking the U.S.
This trend is part of continually escalating anti-U.S. and, more specifically, anti-President Obama attacks on the part of supporters of ...
Written by Luis Fleischman
Central America constitutes an important strategic area for the United States. As discussed in my recent book “Latin America in the Post-Chavez Era: The Threat to U.S. Security”, legal and institutional collapse in Central America could have very serious consequences for regional and U.S ...