Norman A. Bailey is a Professor of Economics and National Security at IWP and Former Senior Director of International Economic Affairs with the White House National Security Council.
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No deal could be best deal on Iran

Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech before the joint houses of the American Congress appears not to have had much effect on public opinion, either in Israel or in the US. Polls show little change in party preferences for the upcoming elections in Israel, nor have they shown significant change in the support of the American people…

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While we aren’t looking

While the Israeli election campaigns rages on, centered on such vital issues as the quantity and quality of the ice cream and wine consumed in the prime minister’s residence, the world has not stood still.

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Money talks through NGOs

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are becoming ever-more significant on the international scene. Non-profit and generally non-taxed organizations, ostensibly with educational, charitable, human rights and environmental and other goals and activities, do studies, issue reports, hold meetings and conferences, and lobby governments and international organizations.

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Bad Iran Deal in the Offing

The joint statement by Secretary of State Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif that there will be no extension of the talks between the six powers and Iran past the most recent deadline of March 24th means only one thing: a deal has been reached between the U.S. and Iran, which will be announced to the other…

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Israel beware the Ides of March

March 2015 is looking like it is going to be a very “interesting” month.  First Prime Minister Netanyahu will address the joint houses of Congress while he is in Washington to attend the annual AIPAC meeting. 

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