The recent announcement that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki will resign to pave the way for Haider al-Abadi to take over the premiership has led some U.S. policymakers and analysts to proclaim that this event marks the beginning of a process that will eventually lead to the defeat of ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and […]
Truman Project Fellow Christian H. Cooper lays out what elements should be in a final deal with Iran regarding it’s nuclear program. In the 1950s, Binyamin Blumberg took over a small group within the Israeli Defense Ministry, renamed the group the Science Liaison Bureau (LAKAM), and proceeded to build the first secret Israeli nuclear facility […]
Truman Project Partner Jason Stanford explains why comparisons between President Obama and former British PM Neville Chamberlain are inaccurate because the President is not appeasing Iran, but is in fact negotiating an important agreement. There was a time that keeping Iran from getting a nuclear bomb would have been considered a worthy goal, even a […]
Truman Project Senior Advisor Mark Jacobson discusses the release of Bowe Bergdhal, the treatment of prisoners by the United States and the conventions of Prisoners of War. Watch the full clip.
Truman Project Fellow Adam Hinds discusses why the United States owes it to veterans to continue to help Iraq as it faces various regional pressures Most Americans seem to want to forget about Iraq. After spending 3 1/2 years there, I can understand why. But our veterans in Berkshire County and throughout the country have […]