Toronto born David A. Beitelman is currently a PhD student in Political Science at Dalhousie University and a Doctoral Fellow at the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He holds Masters degrees in American Studies and Political Science, and a BA (Hons) Specialization in Political Science with a Major in American Studies, from the University of Western Ontario. His primary interests are American foreign and defense policy and International Relations.
Obama Won the Presidential Debate, But Just Barely
Senkaku Islands Dispute: Do Not Believe the Hype, China and Japan Are Not About to Go to War
US Consulate Attack: Libya, Egypt Attacks Were Likely Planned, Not Spontaneous
The US Budget Deficit is the Biggest Threat to National Security: Be Very Worried
Military Spending Fight: How the U.S. Can Safely Cut its Defense Budget
America is Not in Decline
Will the U.S. Military Go To War With Iran or Syria Next?
When is Going to War Justifiable?
U.S. Remains The Only Superpower
China's Exaggerated Rise to Superstardom
Private Military Contractors and Congressional Failure