World Report

May 2013


Obama’s Terrorism Speech Could Anger Left and Right

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Michael P. Noonan is the Director of the Program on National Security at the Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Yesterday, President Barack Obama delivered, perhaps, the signature national security policy speech of his ...

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foreign policy
Obama, Barack
terrorism
politics
9/11
national security
Guantánamo Bay
War in Afghanistan (2001-)

Obama Should Build Military Ties Between U.S. and India

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Patrick Christy is a senior policy analyst at the Foreign Policy Initiative, where Colin Grubbs is a research intern

The United States has long envisioned greater security cooperation with India, yet historic grievances and mistrust have limited the growth of this natural partnership. Now, as both ...

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foreign policy
India
national security
Pakistan
Iran
Obama administration