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How a United States Federal Sovereign Wealth Fund Could Solve the United States Debt Problem

The single most pressing national security issue for the United States is its addiction to deficit spending and its overwhelming debt.  The United States uses deficit spending to pay for the goods and services demanded by the American people and its deficit spending is out of control.  As …

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Netanyahu fails to assuage concerns over Israel far-right government

Already dogged by criticism at home and abroad, a new Israeli government is set to be sworn in on Thursday, the final stroke in Prime Minister-designate Binyamin Netanyahu’s political comeback. The veteran leader, 73 and on trial for corruption charges he denies, has had to calm concerns for …

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Jordan’s economic security, a pillar of national security

Dr. Shehab Al-Makahleh After few days, we will welcome a new year and bid farewell to another. We have nothing but to be optimistic to get out of the economic difficulties caused by regional, international and domestic circumstances that raised the debt to US$41 billion, which constitutes 117% …

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Jordan’s options to rein Israel new government

Dr. Shehab Al-Makahleh Almost a year ago, his majesty King Abdullah II had a meeting with a group of British journalists in London during his stopover after his participation in the climate summit in Glasgow. King Abdullah II said that what worries him most is the failure to …

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Russia-Ukraine’s Winter’s War

Anuj Dhyani More than 10 months have passed since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24th, and the conflict is still ongoing. No one knows when it will end, but today, the conflict is entering a new phase called “the Winter War,” as snow begins to fall alongside …

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What democrats and republicans expect from U.S. foreign policy

Partisanship colors Democrats’ and Republicans’ foreign policy priorities in ways that will matter substantially for companies, global supply chains and financial markets under a divided Congress. This is demonstrated by the results of a public opinion poll conducted by Morning Consult’s U.S. Foreign Policy Tracker. Among voters’ top five …

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Xi’s Third Term: China National Security Analysis

Antonio Gracefo  n his opening speech to the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which concluded on October 22, President Xi Jinping emphasized that he will now prioritize national security over economic recovery. He also stated that the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has the right to …

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Psychological Warfare (PSYOPS)- The Pandora’s Box of Security Issues

The world, functioning in its numerous forms and dimensions, is primarily perceived and misperceived by individuals through the faculty of the human Mind. A factor that creates a significant difference vis-a-vis human beings and other species is the complex cognitive ability possessed by humans. The mind is fundamentally …

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Changing Roles: Why Countries of Middle East May be Future’s Best-Suited Mediators?

Today’s world, with its current architecture of international relations, has entered a new phase of transformation, one that will take years. As a rule, such developments transpire through an overhaul of the old system with a new one being established instead, which is typically a painful process. The …

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