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Posted on: March 1st, 2013InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
It is unconscionable of Obama to handle the sequestration threat the way he has - crippling our ability to readily strike Iran.
Posted on: February 25th, 2013InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
There is a foreign-policy aspect of 'perception benefits' Obama hopes to garner from a photo-op tour of Israel.
Posted on: February 11th, 2013InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
To advance our objectives in the War on Terror there was and will be nothing to justify the extra-judicial, standoff-distance execution of a US citizen.
Posted on: January 21st, 2013InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Our president is supposed to bind himself to constitutional meanings.
Posted on: December 23rd, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Chuck Hagel writes his own narrative, in which threats aren’t really threats and policies that actually work are just horrible.
Posted on: December 16th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Connecticut has some of the tightest restrictions in the country and Mrs. Lanza was in full compliance with them.
Posted on: December 11th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
At least we can probably count on the Muslims Brotherhood to refrain from making bunny-snuff videos.
Posted on: December 9th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
One of the key lessons from a career in Naval Intelligence is that if you can imagine it, someone is trying to do it.
Posted on: December 6th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Missile tests popping up all over Asia should be seen in this light. Everyone’s arming up, starting with Russia
Posted on: November 29th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Many readers are no doubt aware of the millions in taxpayer dollars that the Obama administration has contracted out to PR firms for the purpose of hawking Obamacare to a reluctant public.
Posted on: November 25th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Morsi has assumed dictatorial powers in Egypt. Courageous Egyptians are protesting that move, but Morsi has less compunction than Mubarak did, and we can expect the protests to be dealt with effectively. Those of us who said Morsi was an Islamist extremist who would quickly reestablish authoritarianism in Egypt – with a sharia flavor – were right. There’s a new Pharaoh in town.
Posted on: November 21st, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Why are we sending an amphibious readiness group (ARG) with a Marine expeditionary unit (MEU) embarked to sit off the Levantine coast? U.S. officials say it’s to be prepared for any eventuality, including the need to evacuate American citizens, as the conflict between Hamas and Israel heats up.
Posted on: November 15th, 2012Special Features → Israel At War: Operation Amud Anan
No summary of today’s events would be complete without mentioning the backstory on the IDF’s operation name.
Posted on: November 12th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Attacks from Gaza on Israel have ramped up significantly in the last several days. An Israeli patrol was hit by what was thought to be a roadside bomb on Tuesday (three were wounded), near the border fence with Gaza. On Saturday, terrorists in Gaza fired an anti-tank missile at an Israeli jeep with four infantrymen in it, as the patrol operated in the area of the roadside bomb attack. The four soldiers were wounded, one severely. More than 80 rockets have been launched from Gaza into Israel since the attack on the jeep on Saturday, 10 November. At least three Israeli civilians were injured in the rocket attacks. Geography is beginning to rear its head again, as Israel has also sustained incursions into the Golan from Syria in recent days.
Posted on: October 25th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
In the early dawn of 24 October, an arms factory in Sudan was attacked in the Yarmouk Industrial Complex approximately 6 miles south of central Khartoum. Video of the exploding building makes it clear that it was an arms factory, with an extended series of powerful secondary explosions characteristic of ammunition dumps. A Sudanese official claims that four Israeli aircraft conducted a strike on the factory.
Posted on: October 24th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Romney sees the Navy as a core element of our enduring strategic posture. For national defense and for the protection of trade, the United States has from the beginning sought to operate in freedom on the seas, and, where necessary, to exercise control of them. We are a maritime nation, with extremely long, shipping-friendly coastlines in the temperate zone and an unprecedented control of the world’s most traveled oceans, the Atlantic and Pacific.
Posted on: October 22nd, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
The news keeps getting worse. The Washington Free Beacon reports today that Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has “blocked” four senior military officers from answering questions on the Benghazi attack posed by Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon (R-CA), chairman of the House Armed Services Committee (HASC).
Posted on: October 18th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
We’ve reached a watershed here, where we either live in our own heads affirming reality, regardless of spurious inputs from demagoguery or sentiment, or we give up on reality and let demagoguery and sentiment take over at the decision table. Did the president pull off a performance last night, in terms of sounding passionate and full of conviction? To some extent, yes. Does that mean he won the debate, or even achieved a draw with Romney? No.
Posted on: October 16th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
The short answer is: because he’s got nothing. There is no record to run on, no argument to make for four more years. The ideology that drives him is outdated and bankrupt. He has, in fact, implemented his policies – Republicans have had little means of stopping him – and those policies are the problem. But there’s a slightly longer answer too.
Posted on: October 5th, 2012InDepth → Analysis → J.E. Dyer
Instead of sticking with our commitment to a new Libya, one in which Americans have friendship and influence – one in which we can walk free, and so can Libyans – we have closed our post in Benghazi and drawn down our embassy staff in Tripoli to “essential” personnel only. It will be of some interest to see how long it takes al Qaeda or other terrorist savages to attack us in Tripoli.
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