Articles by Michael Shank
It’s time for the U.S. to adhere to true nonviolence.
Security assistance to Africa needs to be much more transparent and accountable.
Going forward, America cannot continue to dump subsidized food aid on other countries hoping it will fix the food insecurity problem.
Coal is not the answer for Kosovo or anywhere else.
Reducing the arsenal will not only help the United States with its relations to North Korea, it will also save billions of taxpayer dollars.
Congress needs to pay close attention, lest U.S. law be usurped.
There are billions of U.S. taxpayer funds floating around overseas, unmonitored and unchecked.
The president wasted an opportunity to lead on an issue of grave importance
America must be far more careful about who winds up on the receiving end of its military aid.
A blanket expansion for the use of force that is not only unnecessary, but too far reaching and absent any oversight and transparency.