The Trump Administration is being optimistic in public about our ability to both survive economically the impacts of COVID-19 and … More
I cut through the partisan miasma and actually perform a cost/benefit analysis of Putin’s proposed joint-Russian-U.S. cyber warfare unit.
“The United States is beset by enemies who mean to destroy us at all costs. We cannot wage war against everyone at once. But, we can keep these forces at bay by making it impossible for them effectively to reach us through an ICBM or other nuclear strike. It’s time to deploy space-based missile defense.”
“The United States needs space-based weapons to protect against nuclear-armed and aggressive Rogue States, such as Iran and North Korea.”
No ceasefire can exist in Syria until all parties recognize the outsized role that Iran plays in the conflict.
“Make no mistake: India and America are shaping up to build the next great geopolitical alliance.”
Russia is a threat. It likely attempted to influence the election. Yet, the Russian threat is wildly overblown. Read on to find out why.
In my most recent Video Blog, I address the budding Tripolar global order, in which the U.S. retains the dominant position but must be willing to deal on a more even basis with both the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation. I also urge the incoming Trump Administration to recognize the strategic overlap that the U.S. shares with Russia not only over terrorism, but also in curbing Chinese aggression in Southeast Asia.