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FOREIGN POLICY, NATIONAL SECURITY AND ISLAMIC TERROR
TAKE CENTER STAGE

WHO WAS MOST FLUENT
ON THESE TOPICS?

FOREIGN POLICY/TERRORISM EXPERT: Herb London, is president of the London Center for Policy Research.

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“With foreign policy and national security dominating the discourse for Republican presidential hopefuls, candidates will gather Tuesday evening on the home turf of the pro-Israel Republican mega-donor, casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, for the last GOP debate of 2015 and the first since terrorist attacks in Paris and California brought confronting Islamist terrorism to the forefront of the campaign.

Tuesday’s debate will be held at Las Vegas’ Venetian Casino, owned by Adelson, whose deep pockets are seen as key to many candidates making a run at the White House. Adelson along with his Israeli-born wife, Miriam, donated $93 million to Republicans in the 2012 election cycle, making them the highest individual political donors in America that year.

In what pundits have nicknamed “the Adelson Primary,” many Republican presidential candidates are continuing to jockey for a position to receive a similar windfall in this elections cycle, particularly if it could help boost their standing against another casino owner — billionaire mogul-turned candidate Donald Trump.”

READ: http://www.timesofisrael.com/republicans-to-debate-foreign-policy-but-keep-eyes-on-trump-and-adelson/

BIO: London was responsible for creating the Gallatin School of Individualized Study in 1972 and was its dean until 1992. This school was organized to promote the study of “great books” and classic texts. Herbert London is a graduate of Columbia University, 1960 and the recipient of a Ph.D. from New York University, 1966. Dr. London is a noted social critic whose work has appeared in every major newspaper and journal in the country including such diverse publications as Commentary, National Review, American Spectator, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Washington Times, New York Magazine, New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Modern Age, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Orbis, Encounter, Forbes, and The New Criterion. He is the author and editor of twenty-seven books (see enclosure) and three plays “My Most Embarrassing Moment”, “A Love That Cannot Speak Its Name” and “Mr. Tin Pan Alley.”

WEBSITE: londoncenter.org

TWITTER: @TheLCPR