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JFK-style Diplomacy is What’s Needed for Iran

This Friday marks the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s tragic assassination. As we reflect on how that day changes America, it is also important to recognize Kennedy’s contributions to America’s foreign policy. For one, Kennedy’s expert handling of the Cuban Missile Crisis should serve as a lesson to our lawmakers today—in particular, as they deal with […]

Jeff Santos Show: 11/11/13

Truman National Security Project Fellow Ari Ratner discusses the difficulties of the administration in implementing the Affordable Care Act and the current state of US foreign policy Click here to listen to the full segment

Start-up nation or Challenger Two?

There are only two times I recall watching a live event on television when I was in school. The first is the launch of the space shuttle Challenger, and the second is the signing of the Oslo Accords. In a national tragedy, the Challenger blew up 73 seconds into its flight. And, as the twentieth […]

The Hill: Start-up Nation or Challenger Two?

Truman National Security Project Fellow Elie Jacobs discusses the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. There are only two times I recall watching a live event on television when I was in school. The first is the launch of the space shuttle Challenger, and the second is the signing of the Oslo Accords. In a national tragedy, the […]

PolicyMic: The U.S. Must Stop Assad — Because It’s Not Just About Us

In PolicyMic, Truman National Security Project Senior Advisor Mark Jacobson discusses Israel, the US and military intervention in Syria. Whatever one believes about military action in Syria, there is one truth: The situation in Syria is severe, and the use of chemical weapons by President Bashar al-Assad’s regime has made this crisis even more dangerous for […]

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