Disarming ISIS Enemies, The Folly Of US “Arms Control” In Syria April 3, 2017
You don’t have to be an expert military strategist to know that cutting off the weapons supply of one side in a war almost always benefits the other.
China’s Strategy In Its ‘War On Terror’: Jobs Not Drones By Caleb T. Maupin
The Chinese government is employing a unique strategy to reduce the threat of terrorism in its historically unstable Tibet and Xinjiang autonomous regions. By providing new jobs and better housing, the government has managed to quell the threat of separatism.
Executive Orders & Airport Protests: Trump Clashes With The CIA By Caleb T. Maupin
What is actually going on? The answers from both sides of the political spectrum are loaded with emotion and lacking truthful content.
Would America’s First Populists Even Recognize Trump’s Brand Of Populism? By Caleb T. Maupin
Throughout his campaign, Donald Trump frequently appealed to ‘the people’ and vowed to help them take back their power. But how has populism moved so far from its roots in the left as to be useful as a strategy for today’s ultra-right wing?
The Last Days Of Obama: Napoleonic Maneuvers At The Security Council By Caleb T. Maupin
Like Napoleon’s strategy in Egypt, efforts to portray Obama as sympathizer with Muslims and Arabs have backfired.
Reviewing 2016: Unresolved Problems, American Individualism In Crisis By Caleb T. Maupin
The changing political stage and rising instability shows a desperation on the part millions who are dissatisfied. The widely acknowledged problems facing the country are simply not being addressed.
The New Silk Road In Central America: Nicaragua Marches Forward By Caleb T. Maupin
Wall Street banks and corporations operate with relative impunity in many Latin American countries often leading to persistent poverty. Nicaragua, determined to avoid the pitfalls suffered by her neighbors,is turning to China to help boost the local economy, and the results