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  • 01:41

    Foreign Policy and the Presidential Election - Is it an important consideration?

    in Current Events

     Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Israel, are all crucial nations for the stability of the Mid-East.  But there is ISIS.  The candidates for our next President have expressed their viewpoints on these countries and about the terrorist organization ISIS.  What are the fundamentals of their foreign policy?  What do they say they would do about ISIS and the crisis in Middle East?  Are their opinions and policy statements important?  Are they realistic?  Will the implementation of their policies lead to World War 3 or to a lasting peace in the world?


    Dr. Frederick Schoenfeld looks at these questions, asking if they are realistic from both an domestic political and geo-political standpoint.  Could the policies as expressed by the candidates be implemented by the Executive or must there by cooperation from the House and Senate?  What about our allies?  The United Nations?  Russia?  China? 


    Tune in to hear the discussion. 


     

  • 00:30

    Rand Paul and Foreign Policy

    in Current Events

    Senator Rand Paul has a new and unique approach to foreign policy.  Tpday we look at the basic philosophical foundations that we may gleen from his comments on foreign affairs.  Is he a so called Hawk or is he a so called dove?  Is an an interventionist or an isolationist?  Or is he unique?  What is that uniqueness?  

  • 00:29

    Foreign Policy? What Foreign Policy?

    in Politics Conservative

    Foreign Policy? What Foreign Policy?
    Another drop in the Benghazi puddle of blame.
    Medicare, Thank God for Medicare……..

  • 00:28

    Foreign Policy and Child Soldiers

    in Politics

    Tonight’s episode is entitled, Foreign Policy & Child Soldiers, how is our country handling this?  Should the United States be involved in stopping the use of child soldiers?  What is the United States’ current foreign policy?  What should it be?  We will be discussing all these questions tonight.  Let’s start out with initial reactions about the results from our personalities.  

  • 01:39

    Western Foreign Policy & the Making of Terrorism

    in Culture

    This episode of Global Peeks sits down with GeoPolitical Analyst Eric Draitser to discuss the situation in Paris and the wider implications.  


    With the violent attacks in Paris, France, the spotlight continues on extremism and what is the cause and who are the players. We want to raise questions about western foreign policy and global meddling in the so-called Middle East, Africa and other parts of the world. We want to raise some questions and answer some questions.


    Mr. Draitzer is the founder of www.stopimperialism.org

  • 02:00

    African Americans in US Foreign Policy/Baltimore and Beyond

    in History

    In the first hour of the show, Linda Haywood will discuss the book African Americans in US Foreign Policy.


    The second half of the show is devoted to a open dialogue about the current situation in Baltimore with my guest Dr, Stephany Rose.

  • 01:06

    Episode 283: The Foreign and Defense Policy Terrain for the '16 Election

    in Military

    As the world has set its own course as we have been planning other things, some believe that the 2016 election will be more focused on foreign policy and defense issues that any of the candidates thought would be the case at the end of last year.


    What will be the above-the-fold topics? The baseline was set by the '16 budget battle last year and the winding down and a post-mortum on the sequestration gambit of the last couple of years.


    As proxies in the emerging discussion, to join the old bulls on the Hill, are there emerging new leaders on defense issues elected in the '14 cycle?


    Where do declared or expected candidates for President for both parties  stand on policy and present operations?


    To discuss this and more in the foreign policy and defense arena will be returning guest, Mackenzie Eaglen,


    Mackenzie is a resident fellow in the Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, where she works on defense strategy, defense budgets, and military readiness.
    She  has worked on defense issues in the House of Representatives and Senate and at the Pentagon in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and on the Joint Staff. In 2014, Eaglen served as a staff member of the congressionally mandated National Defense Panel, a bipartisan, blue-ribbon commission established to assess US defense interests and strategic objectives. This followed Eaglen’s previous work as a staff member for the 2010 congressionally mandated bipartisan Quadrennial Defense Review Independent Panel, also established to assess the Pentagon’s major defense strategy. A prolific writer on defense-related issues, she has also testified before Congress.


    She has an M.A. from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and a B.A. from Mercer University.

  • 00:42

    Obama's foreign policy & the 2016 GOP field

    in Politics

    GUEST:  Jim Yardley, contributor to Canada Free Press, American Thinker & editor of Patriot Dreams, joins me for a discussion of President Obama's foreign policy and his involvement in the Israeli elections....plus we look at the 2016 GOP race for the nomination.....Senator Cruz is in & Senator Rubio is out with a health care alternative to Obama Care, specially if the Supreme Court rules against the subsidies leaving many without coverage......


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  • 01:00

    Stephen Coughlin: Is Jihad Official U.S. Foreign Policy?

    in News

    After expanding on the comments he made yesterday concerning the quickly changing legal landscape of journalism in the U.S., Rick is joined by Islam and Sharia law expert, Stephen Coughlin, to discuss to the deliberate foreign policy shift of the United States to embrace radical Islam. Mr. Coughlin is the author of "Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad."

  • 01:00

    President Obama's foreign policy, from Iran to Russia to China to Iraq to Cuba

    in Politics

    Guests:  Barry Jacobsen, military historian and blogger, joins me for a review of President Obama's foreign policy......the Iran nuclear deal.......Ramadi and ISIS threatening an important dam...........Russia and Ukraine.......US-China tensions in international waters.......US-Cuba negotiations but what concessions is Cuba making?.......also President Obama said that we are more respected now than when he became president......


    Also, Jorge Ponce, Cuban American writer and contributor to Babalu Blog, joins me for an update on US-Cuba talks......


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  • 00:45

    Civil Chat with Lee looks at Obama's foreign policy decisions with ISIS, Syria.

    in Politics Progressive

    The host Lee looks at the aftermath of Paris and most importantly what defense precautions to take to protect our citizens from a similar attack. Does Obama have an incorrect understanding of ISIS and what to target? Is slowing down ISIS in Northen Iraq and Syria something to boast about OR do we need to redirect our efforts in improving intelligence on those already here in may be planning an attack in conjunction with ISIS?