Analysis & Commentary

5th October 2016 - The Washington Times

Sometimes, strategic counterterrorism is counterintuitive

Clifford D. May

For almost eight years, I’ve waited for Congress to stand up to President Obama, to demonstrate that the legislative branch is still — as the Founders envisioned — coequal to the executive branch, that senators and representatives are more than a commentariat, a Greek chorus appearing...

4th October 2016 - The Huffington Post

HuffPost Politics

David Andrew Weinberg

FDD senior fellow David Weinberg discusses the consequences of Congress overriding Obama's veto on JASTA.

4th October 2016 - The Huffington Post

Americans Can Sue Saudi Arabia Now. So What?

David Andrew Weinberg

Congress overrode President Obama’s veto on Wednesday for only the first time during his eight years in office. The bill, the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), allows victims of terrorism or their families to sue foreign governments they blame for acts of terrorism in...

3rd October 2016 - The Canadian Jewish News

Saudi Arabia: Friend or Foe? Answer: Both

Sheryl Saperia

An American media spotlight on Saudi Arabia re-appeared with the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Did the kingdom play a nefarious role in that terrible day? If so, should 9/11 victims be able to sue the Saudis in American courts, as proposed in the Justice Against...

28th September 2016 - Fox Business

Countdown to the Closing Bell

John Hannah

FDD senior counselor John Hannah discusses the Congressional veto-override of the JASTA 9/11 bill.


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