The Western-led intervention in Libya has so far been a resounding success. Civilian lives have been saved in cities across the North … [Read more...] about Mullikin: West Should Rest on Its Laurels in Libya
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Last week, protests in Egypt filled the headlines of mainstream newspapers and provided political pundits with more talking points than they … [Read more...] about Mullikin: Simplifying Diplomacy Yields Little Benefit
As protests rock northern Africa in Egypt and Tunisia, it is important that we not forget the ongoing problems in the rest of the continent. … [Read more...] about Mullikin: Lifting Ivory Coast Out of Political Limbo
President Obama's recent trip to Asia has set off a series of military and defense policy shifts that have raised temperatures in East Asia. … [Read more...] about Eastward Bound: Tensions Rising in Asia
Since the publication of my last article for THE HOYA, ("Long-Term Forecast for Afghanistan Looks Grim," Oct. 26, 2010, www.thehoya.com), … [Read more...] about Shortcomings of the Afghanistan Strategy
"Obama's War" has increasingly come under fire in the media and the American public. Like Iraq, Afghanistan has become the war that cannot … [Read more...] about Long-Term Forecast for Afghanistan Looks Grim
NEVER IN RECENT YEARS HAS A simple question inspired so much debate. The economic rise of China and the military buildup that has followed … [Read more...] about China’s Resurgence Threatens U.S.