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Understanding Orban’s Hungary

  September 24, 2019

 Dr. Deborah Cornelius

Hungary and the Fidesz regime of Viktor Orban have been much in the news in recent months, with criticism of the increasing centralization of power, control of the free press,

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The intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty and the Next Arms Race

  February 26, 2019  Cheryl Rofer  Click here to download: The INF Treaty and the Next Arms Race power point slides The Trump administration has been threatening to withdraw the United States from the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Agreement by February 2, 2019. Its stated reason is that Russia has developed a missile

Foreign Policy Begins at Home: Public Opinion and National Security in a Democracy

November 29, 2018  Ted McNamara Throughout our history, the degree of our success in foreign affairs depends on our strength and unity at home and public understanding and support of our foreign policies. Q: what did this last election do in this regard? Ambassador McNamara is the President of the Diplomacy

Common Sense Immigration: Let’s Talk Facts and Distinguish between Good Politics and Bad Policy

 October 23, 2018  Todd Greentree The flow of migrants from Central America is a serious issue, but the United States is not suffering a general crisis of illegal immigration.  Let’s talk facts and distinguish between good politics and bad policy. Much of this is common sense. Other nations do not “send” their worst people to

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