Articles by Lamont Colucci
The Atrocities Prevention Board did nothing to prevent atrocities in Syria.
The world has turned a blind eye to the Kim regime's abuses.
Americans cannot take for granted the role that the Papacy plays regarding United States foreign policy.
Al Qaeda will continue to pose a grave national security threat to the United States and they will continue to mutate and transform.
The life of a history professor at the University of Wisconsin reminds us of our prior obligations and responsibilities.
No one wants to use American troops in Syria, but no moral and sane person wants to continue the bloodshed.
If a red line can be cavalierly declared, and then shifted for convenience, then it is no red line at all.
Intervention in Mali is necessary to prove we're serious about the war on terror, protecting human rights, and supporting our ally France.
The United States has an opportunity to show the world that America is a steadfast supporter of its friends.
We need a national security strategy that will guarantee liberty and prosperity for Americans.