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  • D.C.'s Keystone Kops

    D.C.'s Keystone Kops
    The famously inept Keystone Kops from the silent-movie era have relocated inside the Washington Beltway, performing the same kinds of inexplicable actions that were their trademark in the 1920s. President Barack Obama has refused to approve the Keystone...
  • Iran is serious about nuclear talks; it's the U.S. that has stymied progress on the issue

    The report onIran'srefusal to negotiate about its nuclear program is misleading ("Iran defiant in response to EU's boycott of its oil," Jan. 24). Iran's "unwillingness to negotiate" is belied by the fact that Iran negotiated with the U.S. long before...
  • Inviting war through weakness?

    Inviting war through weakness?
    One of the memorable slogans from the Reagan administration was "peace through strength." President Ronald Reagan believed a strong defense was a safeguard against enemy attacks and the best hope of victory should America go to war. President Barack...
  • Political right misrepresents world events

    I try to follow the political discussion in the U.S. and am amazed how much effort it takes even to begin to be well-informed. If you are serious about being informed, you can't be the least bit lazy and depend on a couple of pundits to shape your world...
  • Nuclear threat keeps U.S. troops overseas

    Nobody wishes for peace more than a veteran. As someone who deployed to a combat zone and knows what it's like to endure deep pangs of family separation and be awoken at 3:30 a.m. because there's a large group outside your post who is trying to kill you,...
  • Nearing a decision on Iran

    Nearing a decision on Iran
    One of several casualties of the vitriolic name-calling between Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich is what to do about Iran. In interviews, Mr. Romney has spoken about tougher sanctions, but it's been difficult to consider...
  • When the pump runs dry

    When the pump runs dry
    Under international pressure over its nuclear ambitions, Iran is now threatening to take pre-emptive action, which could include disrupting oil supplies to the West. It will come as a shock to most Americans, but no presidential candidate — nor,...
  • War between Israel and Iran would be an unspeakable catastrophe

    We should expect a horrific human toll from any exchange of hostilities between Iran and Israel ("Nuclear saber-rattling," Jan. 6). Steps toward avoiding that, such as your editorial call for an intricate U.S.-Tehran agreement, are morally well-...
  • Does Iran want a war?

    With American officials all but falling over themselves in pleading with Israel not to attack Iran, the question arises: What would be worse for the region, the prospect of Iran acquiring nuclear weapons capability, or an Israeli military strike to...
  • Iran won't change its ways no matter how much pressure is applied

    While any sane person hopes that war with Iran can be avoided, The Sun's plan for averting such a conflict is misguided ("Nuclear saber-rattling," Jan. 6). The plan is unethical because it asks the U.S. to betray its own democratic ideals by...
  • Israel's future hinges on compromise, not attacks

    As we are faced with the imminent threat of Israel'sattacking Iran, pro-Israeli lobbying groups are putting pressure on President Barack Obama and the Congress to support such an attack. Israel would attack in the name of protecting its security, but...
  • Romney is dangerously naive on foreign policy

    Romney is dangerously naive on foreign policy
    Mitt Romney appears to have all the foreign-policy savvy of someone who once visited Euro Disney, and it's freaking me out. Not to say that President Barack Obama is any more knowledgeable on that front, but at least he seems aware of his limitations,...