Bradley Bosserman
Bradley Bosserman
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Syria War: Chemical Weapons Use is the Wrong "Red Line"

Rep. Rogers said the Assad regime has deployed chemical weapons and crossed a “red line” for the U.S. The focus on weapons fails to recognize that chemical weapons use is the wrong red line.

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Chuck Hagel is Being Criticized Simply Because He is Bringing A New Worldview to Washington

Neocons are afraid of being marginalized if Chuck Hagel becomes the new defense secretary. Hagel will bring in new philosophies that will end a decade of their dominance in Washington.
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Egypt Protests Explained: New Morsi Constitution is a Wake Up Call For Egyptian Democracy

As Egypt's new constitution goes to a vote, the Egyptian opposition and international actors need to think seriously and strategically about how to build a real, inclusive, and democratic Egypt.
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Obama Won The Foreign Policy Debate: Live Coverage

Live coverage, commentary, and analysis of the final presidential debate.
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Who Won the Presidential Debate: Romney Loses on Iran, Obama Iran Policy is Working

Obama's critics are wrong; advocating military options misses the point that the U.S. dual-track strategy with Iran has been largely effective.
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Final Presidential Debate: 5 Questions Mitt Romney Must Answer on Foreign Policy

Mitt Romney must answer these five key questions on foreign policy at the presidential debate if he is to convince the American people that he is the right choice to lead the country.

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Mitt Romney Foreign Policy Offers No Vision or Leadership on Iran or Middle East

Romney's much-touted foreign policy tour is long on rhetoric and short on substance.
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Millennials' Distrust of Government is Leading to a Congress That Doesn't Understand Us

Millennials are increasingly rejecting political activity in favor of community service and reversing this trend will be key to getting fresh voices into Congress.
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Chen Guangcheng Case Shows Why Mitt Romney Is Unfit to Be President

Romney’s irresponsible rhetoric along with his neocon war-cabinet suggest that he's anxious to return America to a George W. Bush world of unilateral, shoot-from-the-hip foreign policy.
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Don't Panic: America Will Continue to Be a Global Leader

The nature of U.S. leadership will change as others rise, but there is no country better positioned to address the pressing challenges of our day. America can remain a relevant force for good.
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Oil And Gas Account For 90% of US Imports from Middle East, US Should Diversify And Strengthen Economic Ties Following Arab Spring

Currently, Oil and gas account for over 90% of US imports from the region and US investment has been largely confined to the energy sector.

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Stop Pushing Millennials Into Buying Our First Home

While the media decries falling home-ownership rates among young people, there's no real reason why millennials shouldn't simply rent a house and invest in the stock market.