While giving Donald Trump credit for a “surprisingly serious” speech on counterterrorism Monday, former Bush administration official Peter Feaver said that “given how vehemently Trump has denounced Bush’s national security team, it is striking how much of this speech depends on counterterrorism ideas developed by the Bush administration. It is not a perfect copy -- we never contemplated seizing the oil for our own purposes and we were far more concerned about how anti-Muslim rhetoric might demoralize the moderate Muslim voices we were seeking to empower. But the good parts are not new -- they are imported from the Bush approach -- and the new parts are not good.”
Venezuela Election in New York Times
“Voting for Clinton perpetuates the lesser-evil system they’ve been fighting. By giving their vote to the “safe” liberal, voters continue to give life to this system,” says a Duke Ph.D. candidate.
in Campaign Stop 2016
in The News & Observer
The head of the Duke Islamic Studies Center writes that a Trump candidacy leaves “American Muslims with two viable options: supporting the historically symbolic yet flawed candidacy of Hillary Clinton, or investing in the Green Party.”
in The Islamic Monthly