Contributor to In Homeland Security
On Tuesday night, President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address focused almost entirely on the economy. Missing from the address was any coherent strategy for the growing list of foreign policy challenges confronting the United States. Also absent from the president's State of the Union Address was any mention of al-Qaida.
By Glynn Cosker
Managing Editor, In Homeland Security
President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, his first with the daunting reality of an upcoming Republican majority in the Senate and the House, featured his thoughts on the need for better national cybersecurity, the war in Afghanistan, and the battle against ISIL.