MJ Rosenberg

Huffington Post

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Huffington Post blogger and special correspondent for the Washington Spectator; former Director of Policy Analysis for the Israel Policy Forum, a pro-Israel organization that believes in advancing Israel and American security through negotiation; former senior staff member at AIPAC, the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee; former House and Senate foreign policy aide 1975-1995)

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In Sweden today, President Obama shifted responsibility for punishing Syria -- "I didn't set a 'red line,' the world set a red line" – and said the credibility of Congress is on the…

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At the State Department yesterday, President Obama and Vice President Biden stood by while Secretary of State  Hillary Clinton  introduced George Mitchell and Richard Holbrook as  new…

New Envoys to Middle East and Pakistan

At the State Department yesterday, President Obama and Vice President Biden stood by while Secretary of State Hillary Clinton introduced George Mitchell and Richard Holbrook as new…

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Parts of Central London are locked down for a manhunt after a  massive car bom b was found unexploded in the heart of the city.

Can Blair Apply Lessons of Northern Ireland to the Middle East?

Parts of Central London are locked down for a manhunt after a massive car bom b was found unexploded in the heart of the city.

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