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Experts: Intel chief not in White House

WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 (UPI) -- A panel of experts and former officials told lawmakers Wednesday that a new intelligence chief should not sit in the White House.

Success in Iraq necessary, panelists say

WASHINGTON, June 16 (UPI) -- A panel of scholars and journalists agreed in a Washington symposium Wednesday U.S. political and military success in Iraq is vital for that nation's future.

Foreign donors set $13B for Iraq

MADRID, Oct. 25 (UPI) -- Foreign contributions for rebuilding Iraq will total $13 billion, exceeding the expectations of the donor conference in Madrid a report said Saturday.

Washington Agenda-General

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Washington Agenda-General

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Short-term enlistments will help military

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (UPI) -- A new, short-term volunteer enlistment option for America's armed forces will diversify the force structure, ease the strains of long-duration conflicts on the reserves and curb rising costs, a think tank says.
LISA TROSHINSKY, United Press International

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Washington Agenda-Weekahead

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Rebuilding Afghanistan

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 (UPI) -- The bombing has stopped, the Taliban and al Qaida terrorists are on the run, and there is a western-friendly interim government in Kabul.
JASON MOLL, for United Press International

Terrorism threatens environmental resource

WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (UPI) -- An oil pipeline, water reservoir or other environmentally sensitive site could be the target of the next terrorist attack, according to a new think tank report.
SUSAN HELEN MORAN, Special to United Press International

Terrorism Threatens Environmental Resource

WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 (UPI) -- An oil pipeline, water reservoir, or other environmentally sensitive site could be the target of the next terrorist attack, according to a new think tank report

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Foreign policy specialist Michael O'Hanlon discusses the situation in Iraq during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing about problems in Iraq on Capitol Hill in Washington on January 10, 2007. (UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg)
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Michael Edward O'Hanlon (born 1961) is a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution, specializing in defense and foreign policy issues. He began his career as a budget analyst in the defense field.

O'Hanlon earned an A.B. in 1982, M.S.E. in 1987, M.A. in 1988, and a Ph.D in 1991 all from Princeton University, and is now a visiting lecturer there. He served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Kinshasa, Congo in the 1980s.

O'Hanlon married Cathryn Ann Garland in 1994. They have two daughters, one of whom is on the autism spectrum. In addition to his work in the U.S. foreign policy field, O'Hanlon is an activist for people with special needs.

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