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Summarizing Trump: NATIONAL SECURITY

There are serious threats facing the United States, and American strength is the only way to ensure peace. We must rebuild our military, reform our intelligence agencies, and prepare our government for the security challenges of cyberspace. Google search for, … Continue reading

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Michael Scheuer on Securing the Homeland from Violent Islamist Intervention

  Michael F. Scheuer is an American academic, author, historian, foreign policy critic, and political analyst. He is a retired Intelligence Officer whose more than 20-year career included serving as the Chief of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency’s Bin Laden … Continue reading

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Terrorism is a Human Problem

      by Sundar J.M. Brown, Editor In the wake of the June 12th terrorist attack on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, FL, a plethora of articles have appeared arguing both for and against heavily politicized positions on gun … Continue reading

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Q&A w/Michael Scheuer on American Isolationism & Refugee Response

Michael F. Scheuer is an American academic, author, historian, foreign policy critic, and political analyst. He is a retired Intelligence Officer whose more than 20-year career included serving as the Chief of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency’s Bin Laden Unit … Continue reading

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RE: Paris Terrorism; You’re Doing it Wrong

NOTE: This is a rough edit, more a collection of ideas than a formal composition. In an effort to stay current, I am releasing it for public consumption now; it will become more refined over time. –SJMB, ed. “This is … Continue reading

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Quick Thoughts on The Islamic State: Terrorists or Future Political Legitimates?

by Sundar J.M. Brown Terrorism is very difficult to define, even for those of us who work professionally in terrorism/counter-terrorism studies. IS (the artist formerly known as ISIS/L) is a rather exceptional and attractive case-study for contemporary academics, because, what … Continue reading

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