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Sanctions an ineffective way to deter Russia?

FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the Obama Administration’s handling of tensions with Russia.

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  1. U.N. Council Set for Syria Clash, West Readies Attack

    The United Nations Security Council was set for a showdown over Syria on Wednesday after Britain sought authorization for Western military action that Russia called ...

  2. South Korea, U.S. Begin Drill Under Nuke Test Cloud

    South Korea and the U.S. launched a joint naval exercise involving a U.S. nuclear submarine Monday, as tensions rise on the Korean peninsula ahead of an expected nuc...

  3. Lockheed wins $755 million contract for PAC-3 missiles: Pentagon

    Lockheed Martin Corp has won a contract valued at $755 million for procurement of Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missiles, including support for foreign milit...

  4. Defense bill bans funding for joint missile program

    House of Representatives and Senate negotiators on Tuesday defied the White House and passed a defense budget bill that bans funding for the final year of a joint gr...

  5. Donald Rumsfeld on Cyber Warfare

    Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld weighs in on cyber warfare and the possibility of a cyber terrorist attack.

  6. Will Defense Cuts Impact National Security?

    FBN’s defense experts on the administration’s efforts to reduce defense spending.

  7. Lawsuit Charges Administration With Conducting Illegal War in Libya

    George Washington University Professor of Law Jonathan Turley on the lawsuit filed by a group of members of Congressman over America’s military role in Libya.

  8. Is U.S. Military Role in Libya Unconstitutional?

    Rep. Dennis Kucinich, (D-Ohio), argues the war in Libya is unconstitutional because it does not abide by the War Powers Act.

  9. How Much Did the U.S. Give Pakistan?

    A number of media reports state that the U.S. gave Pakistan $1.5 billion dollars in aid last year. Other media reports quoting Congressional estimates suggest the U....

  10. Libya is Too Costly on Many Fronts

    The bill is coming due for our role in the war in Libya. Tomahawk cruise missiles, precision bombs, and of course the crashed jet, combining for a total tab of $600 ...

  11. EU Puts Economic Pressure on Qaddafi

    Los Angeles Times Middle East Correspondent Borzou Daragahi on the latest on the military intervention in Libya and the European Union’s plans to block Qaddafi’s access to oil and gas revenues.

  12. The Motivations Behind Military Intervention in Libya

    OpVest Wealth Management CFO Andre Julian on why oil is the real motivation behind the U.S.'s humanitarian effort in Libya and why it is not intervening in the Sudan.

  1. Former AT&T CEO on consolidation

    Former AT&T chairman and CEO C. Michael Armstrong says consolidation is natural outcome of the state of the telecommunications industry.

  2. Mounting U.S. tension with China over territorial disputes

    FNC military analyst Col. David Hunt, U.S. Army (Ret.), and ‘Mayday’ author Seth Cropsey on mounting U.S. tension with Russia and China.

  3. Weak economy hurting U.S. power overseas?

    Former Reagan Economic Advisor Art Laffer on why the weak economy is hurting U.S. leverage overseas and the latest on efforts to reach a budget deal.

  4. What’s the Deal, Neil: How can sanctions stop Russia?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Sen. Harry Reid, U.S. sanctions against Russia and taxes.

  5. Collateral Damage: Syria Strike Would Hit U.S. Budget

    President Barack Obama said, in no uncertain terms, the United States will not enter into a war with Syria.But that doesn't mean America's involvement in that nation...

  6. Gold Drops Below $1,400, Ends Near Two Week Low

    Gold futures fell sharply on Wednesday to settle at their lowest in nearly two weeks. December gold dropped $22, or 1.6%, to settle at $1,390 an ounce on the Comex d...

  7. Clash with Syria Could be a Windfall for Raytheon

    While much of Wall Street is displaying nervousness about a clash with Syria , Tomahawk cruise missile maker Raytheon (NYSE:RTN) could receive a boost to its bottom ...

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