Scholars in the News
Ahead of the Trump-Xi meeting at Mar-a-Lago, Dreyer commented on Japan, saying “‘Japan’s move was probably “coordinated with Washington,’ She said Kao’s attendance at the Islamic State summit represented a “real, if tiny, step up in U.S.-Taiwan relations.’” Read the full article here.
“Clint Watts, a fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute who has studied Russian propaganda for years, sees major similarities between Putin’s and Trump’s approaches. “Create chaos in the system, such that you don’t know what is the truth or not the truth,” he says. The Kremlin does this by flooding television and digital media […]
Flynn spoke to an audience of over 500 people at the Hill School in Pottstown, PA. With over 30 years of experience in the CIA, Flynn spoke about national security and other issues. Read the full article about Flynn’s visit here.
“’There’s been repeated AQAP and Islamic State attempts to build explosives into electronic devices,’” said Clinton Watts, a fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. The threats date to a foiled 2009 plot to fill a printer cartridge with explosives.” Read the full article here.
Regarding a discussion on Russia and China Practicing More Hybrid, Information Warfare, Hoffman said: “‘these “gray zone measures” and also called hybrid warfare, would include aircraft buzzing warships and turning reefs into militarized islands was in a way “a return to Cold War tactics.’” Read the full article here.