Srdjan Prostran
Srdjan Prostran
April 22, 2013

Chechnya: How the U.S. Failed to Recognize It as a Threat

Just like the Taliban in Afghanistan, and Albanians from the Kosovo region, the U.S. has failed to recognize the international threat Chechen separatists have posed.

March 15, 2013

Iraq War Anniversary: 10 years later, Was It Worth It?

Ten years after the launch the the Iraq, it's only approproate to ask whether the whole endeavor was worth the cost in lives and money.
March 8, 2013

Iran Nuclear Program: Hurt the Iranian Economy to Shut it Down

Military solutions will just aggravate the Iranian people into anti-Western sentiment. The real solution to the Iranian threat is to pressure them into compromise through sanctions.
Jan. 23, 2013

America Refuses to Condemn a Terrorist Monument in Serbia

The Serbian government moved to take down an Albanian monument commemorating a terrorist group. Serbia faced international backlash, but why not call out the Albanians?
Jan. 22, 2013

Algerian Hostage Crisis: Details From the Crisis Paint a Horrifying Picture

As the dust settles, disturbing facts and anecdotes about the Algerian hostage crisis are coming to light. So too is the question of whether these terrorists were government supported.
Jan. 15, 2013

Jack Lew Got a $950,000 Bonus Months After His Bank Was Bailed Out

Barack Obama's pick for secretary of the Treasury, Jack Lew, received a nearly $1 million bonus at Citigroup mere months after the bank was bailed out by the government.

Jan. 11, 2013

$1 Trillion Coin: If Obama Mints It, We'll Know He's Gone Insane

Legally, the U.S. Treasury can mint platinum coins of any domination. Incredibly, this loophole is being advance as a way to solve the country's debt problems.
Jan. 10, 2013

Syria Civil War: U.S. Troops in Turkey Could Be Start Of Intervention

Four hundred American soldiers have been dispatched to man the Turkey-Syria border, ostensibly to protect Turkey from spillover in the Syrian civil war. But another agenda may be afoot.
Jan. 9, 2013

Jack Lew is the Perfect Bi-Partisan Pick For Treasury Secretary

Finally a true bipartisan move by Obama -- nominating Jacob Lew for Treasury Secretary. But how much does Obama compromise his political philosophy by doing so? A lot. For the better.
Dec. 4, 2012

'Fiscal Cliff': Everything You Need to Know About the January Deadline

There's endless talk about the 'fiscal cliff' but what exactly is it? And what does it mean for the average American? A thorough breakdown of what it means, and what the solutions are.