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Opinion: Do not defer action against IS

Opinion: Do not defer action against IS

Harlan Ullman: International action against IS can work. But will Mr. Obama realize that? The world wonders.
Harlan Ullman
Who is the new Iraqi prime minister?

Who is the new Iraqi prime minister?

Haider Al-Abadi, simply put, he's the man who's going to save Iraq from an orgy of violence. Or at least he's going to try.
Claude Salhani
World Bank forums see youth as global changemakers

World Bank forums see youth as global changemakers

An international group showcased the role of youth in global development through forums at the World Bank forums on youth service and entrepreneurship.
Michael Marshall
Peace, prosperity and stability through partnerships: A grand design for a 21st century strategic mindset

Peace, prosperity and stability through partnerships: A grand design for a 21st century strategic mindset

Harlan Ullman: Military force has often been the ultimate arbiter between war and peace, but that past paradigm has surely been challenged in the 21st century.
Harlan Ullman
The new MAD: An era of assured disruption

The new MAD: An era of assured disruption

Ullman: The threat of violent Islamism can be controlled; many of our policies only intrude further on individual liberties without reducing the actual danger.
Harlan Ullman
Back to square one

Back to square one

Arnaud de Borchgrave: Chaos and anarchy and religious extremism are spreading from Libya to Iraq, moving into the vacuum of retreating U.S. military power.
Arnaud de Borchgrave, UPI Editor at Large
Economic patriotism and U.S. corporate tax inversion

Economic patriotism and U.S. corporate tax inversion

U.S. businesses completing merger and acquisitions with foreign entities to lower their corporate taxes is unpatriotic, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says.
Frank J. Maduri
The Great War Redux

The Great War Redux

July 28 marks the centenary of the start of World War I, tragically and wrongly described by President Woodrow Wilson as the "war to end all wars."
Harlan Ullman
The X-Gen Men at 1600 and Number 10

The X-Gen Men at 1600 and Number 10

Harlan Ullman: U.S. President Barack Obama and Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron have a great deal in common, and come from the same generation.
Harlan Ullman
Malaysia Flight 17 and the decline of the West

Malaysia Flight 17 and the decline of the West

The downing of Malaysia Flight 17 casts new light on just how inept and decadent the United States and Europe have become.
Peter Morici
Stocks have plenty more room to rise

Stocks have plenty more room to rise

Peter Morici's advice for ordinary investors: each month aim to put about 10 percent of your income in an S&P index fund to ride growth in the global economy.
Peter Morici
Air sea battle: Concept, cover or a charge of the light brigade in waiting?

Air sea battle: Concept, cover or a charge of the light brigade in waiting?

Harlan Ullman: While spending our way to victory in World War II worked, barring another world war, that largesse has limits.
Harlan Ullman

NATO's weakest flank and softest underbelly -- and what to do about it

Harlan Ullman: Intimidation, terror, propaganda and political strategies to subvert are the new vulnerable flanks and soft underbellies of NATO.
Harlan Ullman
Bloody swath

Bloody swath

The Pakistani army has ruled Pakistan for half its existence. Giving Pakistan's domestic Taliban the benefit of the doubt, the army is about to take over again.
Arnaud de Borchgrave, UPI Editor at Large

Why I can't be both an economist and a liberal

Peter Morici: I can't be bound by facts and reason and embrace liberal positions on the minimum wage, climate change and gender discrimination.
Peter Morici, College Park MD
50 years after Civil Rights Act, struggle for equality lives on

50 years after Civil Rights Act, struggle for equality lives on

Fifty years after the United States banned discrimination with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the state of equality in America is hardly settled.
Charlene Pacenti
Too many archdukes, too many bullets

Too many archdukes, too many bullets

From Libya in the west to Pakistan and India in the east, these regions are filled with ticking time bombs that could easily explode into major conflict.
Harlan Ullman
U.S. Economy Poised for Stronger Growth

U.S. Economy Poised for Stronger Growth

GDP growth should average about 3 percent through the end of 2015. Change in U.S. trade and energy policy could boost growth to levels seen in the Reagan years.
Peter Morici
Economics and the failure of U.S. foreign policy

Economics and the failure of U.S. foreign policy

Peter Morici: The United States must recognize it is in for a long slog fighting terrorism in the Middle East and Africa.
Peter Morici
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