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With Apparently Fabricated Documents, Netanyahu Pushed War with Iran 

With Apparently Fabricated Documents, Netanyahu Pushed War with Iran 

In 2015, Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu claimed an intelligence coup. Mossad agents, he said had broken into a warehouse in Tehran and stolen a vast archive of Iran’s nuclear program. The purloined documents, Netanyahu said, showed that Iran lied about its intentions to obtain nuclear weapons. Israel shared the documents with U.S. officials  arguing...

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Joe Sestak: Military Members Essential

Joe Sestak: Military Members Essential

Former congressman Joe Sestak of Pennsylvania’s 7th District recently became one of the many candidates running for the Democratic nomination for President. Besides his 4 years in the House of Representatives, during which he sat on the Armed Services Committee, Sestak’s foreign policy experience comes from a 31-year career as a naval officer and served...

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Elizabeth Warren Stands up for the Rohingya

Elizabeth Warren Stands up for the Rohingya

On The Campaign Trail [Do you like Elizabeth Warren? Tell us why in the comments section. Or DM us @jeffersonmorley. We will publish your comments with minimal editing.] Claiming the Mantle of JFK For her debut speech on issues of war and peace, Senator Elizabeth Warren chose the symbolically potent setting of American University in...

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Amy Klobuchar Supports European Alliances

Amy Klobuchar Supports European Alliances

On the Campaign Trail: The “National Security” vertical of Klobuchar’s web site shows that the senior senator from Minnesota does not stray far from the Washington orthodoxy. While her public statement on issues of war, peace and the secret agencies are not detailed, they indicate Klobuchar is a candidate of continuity, not change. President Klobuchar...

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Kirsten Gillibrand, Hawkish Critic of Endless Wars

Kirsten Gillibrand, Hawkish Critic of Endless Wars

On the Campaign Trail: ——————- Foreign Policy Vision: ‘Strong and Strategic’ The junior senator from New York says “America needs a strong and strategic foreign policy, not endless wars.“ Gillibrand combines opposition to U.S. military intervention in Afghanistan, Yemen and Syria with hawkish positions on Venezuela and Iran. [Do you like Kirsten Gillibrand? Tell us...

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