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Analyzing H.R. 608 “Stop Arming Terrorists Act”

By Sundar J.M. Brown, ed. On May 21, 2017, Rep Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) communicated the following to President Donald Trump, via Facebook: There must be a price for America’s support of Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest sponsor of terrorism. At … Continue reading

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Summarizing Trump: FOREIGN POLICY

“Foreign policy will be singularly focused on Making America Safe Again by destroying radical Islamic terrorist groups. End the nuclear deal with Iran and the ransom payments to the world’s number one state sponsor of terrorism. America will stand with … 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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