Archbishop Timothy Broglio, Roman Catholic Archbishop for the Military Services USA, wrote a Dec. 1, 2010, column at the “On Faith” blog of The Washington Post opposing the repeal of DADT.
Read “Pentagon ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ report: Chaplains’ views on gays strong, varied,” a Dec. 1, 2010, article at The Washington Post.
Read a Religion News Service story, “Military Chaplains Voice ‘Intense’ Views on Gay Ban,” posted Dec. 3, 2010, at the website of Christianity Today.
Read a Dec. 6, 2010, CNN story, “Military chaplains debate their role without ‘don’t ask, don’t tell.’ “
Read “‘Whatever is necessary’: Obama defends war, again,” a post at Vox Nova from June 24, 2010, a liberal-leaning blog on things Catholic that in this essay criticizes Obama’s commitment to the Afghan war effort.
Read “Endless war, a recipe for four-star arrogance,” a June 27, 2010, op-ed in The Washington Post by Andrew J. Bacevich. Bacevich is a Vietnam veteran, a professor of history and international relations at Boston University, and a Catholic who often writes on issues of war and peace from a faith perspective. His book Washington Rules: America’s Path to Permanent […]
David Patel is an assistant professor of government at Cornell University. He applies game theory and ethnography to Islamic institutions to study their effect on national politics and once spent eight months living with an Islamic family in Basra, Iraq. He speaks frequently about the political and religious situation in Iraq.
Husain Haqqani is a senior fellow at the Center on Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World and director for the Center for International Relations at Boston University. He is the author of Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military.
Steven Cook is a fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations who is knowledgeable about politics in the Arab world, U.S.-Middle East policy, civil-military relations in the Middle East and the Arab-Israeli conflict.