Peter Brookes

Posted January 04, 2014

This week’s terrorist bombings in Russia allegedly perpetrated by Islamist militants from the Caucasus region should be of deep concern to us — and not just because of the Winter Olympic Games next month in Sochi.

Posted November 22, 2013

Team Obama has been working overtime to dissuade Congress from slapping new economic sanctions on Iran during ongoing nuclear negotiations — which resumed in Geneva last week — because they believe new squeeze tactics might put America and Iran on a path to war.

Posted August 06, 2013

After Russia decided to give metadata mega-leaker Edward Snowden political asylum late last week, you can only imagine President Obama’s musings about the wisdom of his administration’s “reset” policy with Russia.

Posted August 03, 2013

Following the attacks on our Benghazi consulate almost a year ago, President Obama said in a radio interview that “my biggest priority now is bringing those folks to justice, and I think the American people have seen that’s a commitment I’ll always keep.”

Posted April 15, 2009

In another outreach to roguish regimes, the Obama administration on Monday announced the easing of some restrictions on Cuba.

Posted March 19, 2009

From the looks of it, the Kremlin hasn't bought into the whole "reset but- ton" gimmick the White House has put forward as a framework for the Obama administration's new Russia policy.